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287 - Using Near-Miss Data For Successful Loss Control - A ProAct Safety Workshop

April 29th, 2013

Using incident data to improve safety is nothing new. However, when the goal is attained and your accident data starts to lose its statistical significance, what can be done? Near-miss data can help fill in gaps left by dwindling incident rates, and provide clear information with which to focus. But near-miss data is problematic to gather and often misinterpreted. Learn how to avoid common problems and take an important step toward more proactive safety metrics.

Learn to: • Achieve accurate near-miss reporting • Determine the most effective accident prevention strategies • Use your data to its fullest potential • Develop a standard term and definition for a near-miss • Review examples of the best reporting systems and forms in safety • Enhance motivators and reduce demotivators that impact reporting

For more information contact ProAct Safety at 936.273.8700 or info (at) ProActSafety.com

Shawn M. Galloway ProAct Safety www.ProActSafety.com www.SafetyCultureExcellence.com

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