To avoid repeating.
To find root cause.
To figure out a way to blame it on someone else.
To defend against claims.
All of the above.
Call for help.
Tap the man and ask if he is ok.
Stop and verify that there are no other hazards.
Gather witness statements.
Collect any physical evidence.
Find the root cause and share our findings to prevent future accidents.
As soon as the ambulance arrives.
Right away, take photos before disturbing the scene.
After our employee has left the job.
As soon as our employee has been cared for and is secured and stable.
Send copies to the District Safety Manager.
Make a hard copy and attach to the project accident files.
E-mail them to all of your friends.
Change the photo labels to organize them for later.
Secure the evidence.
Work with police.
Take photos of the evidence.
Get permission from the authorities before accessing the scene in the event of a serious accident.
Have them write in their own words.
Have them sign the statement.
Have them write down their contact information.
Tell them what to write.
Write down our best guess at how it happened.
Stick to the facts.
Give our opinion.