What we do
Our Perspective
What We Do

Accidents present opportunities to learn and to prevent future similar (or worse) occurrences. Effective accident investigation is a key measure in improving your company safety and/or risk management system.

The accurate identification of the root cause and immediate factors of any accident is key to the whole process. It is very easy to go wrong at this stage of the investigation, and this error can be fatal. At Alchemy, our consultants will guide you through this process in an independent non-judgemental way.

Alchemy Consultants will identify practical and effective control measures that will prevent a recurrence of the event in the future. These measures will effectively prevent future loss to your organisation whether it is human loss (fatalities or injuries) or financial loss (damage to equipment or raw material or product, etc.). The implementation of practical corrective measures will ensure the company makes great savings in the future in terms of human and financial costs

Alchemy consultants will help you to swiftly identify and assess a wide range of evidence to determine both the immediate and underlying factors as well as the effectiveness of your accident response arrangements. A detailed report will be produced that describes the accident causes and includes a comprehensive and prioritised action plan. 
Our Perspective

We define an accident as an unplanned or uncontrolled event that has or could have resulted in injury, damage or loss to an individual or organisation. 

Effective accident investigation is not only a moral and legal duty; it also represents sound commercial sense, as identifying and addressing the root causes of accidents guards against future incidents. A thorough investigation of an accident is also a positive visible demonstration of your commitment to safety.

Our Accident Investigation support service has been designed to help you ensure that a thorough and unbiased investigation takes place that explores all lines of enquiry and results in a prioritised remedial action plan designed to minimise the likelihood of similar accidents happening again.