The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has described “near misses” as incidents where no property was damaged and no personal injury sustained, but where, given a slight shift in time or position, damage and/or injury easily could have occurred. It has been shown that injury and damage-producing events are frequently preceded by warning signs or near miss incidents. For this reason, a program designed to identify, record, and address near miss incidents will improve worker safety and the safety culture of an organization.
- Define the terms “near miss,” “incident,” “best practice,” “root cause,” and “controls”
- Identify near miss incidents
- List items that should be included in all near miss reports
- List best practices for near miss programs
- Identify the roles of workers, supervisors, and management in near miss programs
- List the benefits of the proactive safety improvements generated by near miss programs
- Identify ways to improve participation in near miss programs
20 Minutes (12 min. video + 8 min. test)
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