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Each accident, incident or near-miss will have an initial and were considered necessary a full investigating officer. The initial investigating officer is normally different to any individual offering assistance at the time of the accident and maybe the individual's line-manager, supervisor, or an independently appointed person. Where a full investigation is considered necessary this will usually be undertaken by a member of the company's health and safety department or an independent and trained expert. However, each company will have its own way of managing this process.  AIM simply needs to be use in a manner that suits the end user.

 

 

The Investigating Officer input form also allows additional information about each officer to be added, it is not mandatory to add this information. However, it will improve the data presented in the accident input form and will be used in later additions of AIM to produce standard letters.


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