Begin at any time and set the course schedule that is right for you. What an organization believes about the causes of accidents drives the corrective actions they take, or don't take. Traditional causation models focus largely on unsafe acts and conditions. These models often result in labour/management confrontations with management blaming workers and workers blaming management. In this course, learners will learn a systems-failure model that engages all stakeholders, and shifts from a blame-based approach to a more progressive and effective accident causation belief system. CHSE 0201 Types of Investigation CHSE 0202 Incident Causation Models CHSE 0203 Relationship Between Causation Belief and Organizational Culture CHSE 0204 Accident investigation (1) CHSE 0205 Accident investigation (2) CHSE 0206 Accident analysis CHSE 0207 Developing Recommendations CHSE 0208 Linking investigation to organizational values The certificate program is recognized for eligibility by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). This course may be eligible for BCRSP Continuing Maintenance Points (CMPs).