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Near-Misses: Speak Up Before An Injury (Training Shop)

Reporting near-misses are just as important as reporting sustained injuries. Why?

You prevent your fellow workers from getting into the same situation that almost injured you. Failing to speak up causes unnecessary headaches for the entire workplace.

In this Practical Tool, you'll discover:

  • 8 questions to ask yourself, and report, after a near miss
  • 3 steps to follow if you have a near-miss
  • The main reasons why workers don’t report these instances

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