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Using the ICAM Model

The ICAM methodology provides the following logic towards incident and accident causation and supports the notion that most incidents and accidents are caused rarely by a single act or condition, but rather by a number of factors working together.

There are a number of ways ISOLgate presents this ICAM methodology to allowing comprehensive risk management information in an easy-to-digest fashion.

Simple 3-click search

The process generally follows just four simple steps (or just three clicks).

4 step process

1. Select the ICAM Category

2. Select the relevant section

3. Select the root cause

4. View the results

Printed: 22 September, 2021.

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