Stop Using the Term “Near-Miss” … It’s a Precursor!
Near-Miss or Precursor? Is it a Near-Miss or a Precursor? We defined the term “near-miss” in a previous article. See: Near-Miss: How “Near” Does it Need to Be? Here are several “near-miss” examples: The previous examples are rather obvious. But you might have examples at your facility that are harder to “see.” Examples where a single Safeguard prevented … Continue reading Stop Using the Term “Near-Miss” … It’s a Precursor!
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