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Leverage Near-Miss & Close-Call Reporting to Prevent Accidents

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Presenter(s)
John J. Meola, CSP, ARM
Length
60 minutes
Product Description

Leading Indicator Analysis: Create a Program to Capture Critical Security Data Points

 

Near misses and close-call incidents highlight the potential for accidents and safety risks—but all too often we ignore the learning lessons inherent in such warnings. Brushing these almost-emergencies under the rug is a mistake. Instead, mine these incidents—vital sources of data—as the important early-warning signs they are. And put that information to good, preventative security work.

During this webinar, you’ll learn how to design, develop, and maintain a Near-Miss/Close-Call reporting process that advances your organization’s safety & security goals. Experienced safety professional, John J. Meola will teach you to set up a reporting system, manage and analyze input, and transform information into actionable data for better accident prevention throughout your operations.

After attending this informative presentation, you will know how to harness the lessons of close call incidents and use the information to adjust and fine-tune your security policies. Plus, you’ll have realistic knowledge about what data points are critical—and the best questions to ask employees after a near miss—as you work toward a safer operations environment.

Session Highlights

Experiencing this online safety presentation will teach you:

  • What exactly a close call or near miss is—and what’s the difference
  • Why these almost-accidents are so important to track
  • How to get employees to report near misses and close calls
  • The most common errors made by management in the Near-Miss/Close-Call analysis process
  • The best ways to disseminate knowledge gained from Near-Miss/Close-Call reports
  • How to start a Near-Miss/Close-Call  reporting system in a new or existing organization
  • How to maximize input from employees and others
  • How to use incentives, acknowledgement, and rewards to promote safety
  • Which data is more beneficial to your organization: meta  vs. micro
  • What other data sources to use to validate your process, outcomes, and efforts

Who Should Attend

This presentation will benefit professionals responsible for accident prevention, including:

  • Safety Managers and Directors
  • Safety Committees
  • Human Resources Managers
  • Quality Control Mangers
  • Executive Managers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Insurance Claims Managers
  • Insurance Risk Engineers
  • Insurance Loss Control Representatives
  • Risk Managers; Insurance Managers and Agents
  • Insurance Brokers
  • Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Craft and Trade Supervisors
  • Crew Leaders
  • Superintendents
  • Working Foremen
  • General Contractors
  • Sub Contractors
  • Owners
  • Directors
  • Inspectors
  • EIT’s (Engineers in Training)
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Fleet Managers and Mechanics
  • Architects & Engineers
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About Our Speaker

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In addition to being a heavily credentialed Safety Professional, John J. Meola, CSP, ARM has a BA Degree in English Literature and Education, which combine to make him a very effective teacher- trainer-presenter, for safety concerns, but also for organization development, leadership and applied behavioral psychology and motivational elements. John has ‘grown up’ with OSHA, from the shipyards, tank farms and factories of the Northeast to the MSHA...   More Info
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