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What is meant by a near miss in safety management? A near miss is a tricky little thing in incident management. If they are indeed incidents waiting to happen, then they should be duly investigated. Safety Managers trod on a fine line for making a near miss into an investigation process that is both meaningful and measured corrected.
Discover how to approach your near misses and corrective actions with our comprehensive checklist:
-Importance of documenting investigations incidents and near misses
-How to conduct a near miss investigation at your organization
-Tips for your current corrective actions regime
The most proactive way to consider near misses is always to remember that they are all potential incidents waiting to happen. Convergepoint’s software will give you greater confidence in managing your near misses and corrective actions – and so much more in your safety and health management system!
After investing time and resources creating these policies, make sure employees read, understand and apply them to their daily job responsibilities! How? Read the Guide on How to Ensure Employee Accountability & Compliance through Effective Policy Management.
Manage Title IX offenses, student transgressions, harassment allegations, discriminatory behavior, and general grievances.
Investigate security breaches, fraud allegations, patient privacy claims, health and safety incidents, and general patient complaints.
Examine corruption claims, fraud allegations, workplace health and safety incidents, property theft, and QA incidents.
Manage cases and lawsuits against third-party providers, accident claims, logistics brokers, and direct shippers.
Adhere to regulatory oversight, investigate fraud allegations, reduce wasteful practices, and maintain a complete audit trail.
Comply with government oversight, environmental protections, workplace injuries, and health and safety incidents.
Manage customer complaints, corruption allegations, fraud charges, due diligence, money laundering claims, and regulatory compliance from government organizations.