Overcome The Five Fatal Flaws That Get In The Way Of Near-Miss Reporting 8/18/2009
We all know the value of near-miss reporting to an organization's ability to determine exposure to risk and reduce incidents. We do our best to encourage near-miss reporting, record details, and find solutions. We even deploy expensive data management software systems. Yet we still fall short in achieving the results that are either sustainable or significant. It's not the process that inhibits reporting, discouraging participation, and arriving at improvements - rather, it's safety-culture factors that impact behaviors.
Too many companies are unintentionally creating barriers and de-motivators which prevent people from reporting near misses in the first place. Not only does this 90-minute session help leaders overcome key obstacles for implementing an effective near-miss reporting culture, but they'll gain the insight and know-how to get the most out their near miss engine.
Explain how everyone benefits by reporting near misses
Understand why an effective reporting system is vital to the organization's operational success
Turn lessons learned into improvements
Make near misses visible
Tie near misses to responsibility and accountability
Urge everyone to view near misses as opportunities to be excited about
By completing this session, "attendees" can expect to gain a better understanding of near misses and to champion them as opportunities to avert risk and correct unsafe acts and conditions.