Near Miss Reporting
Near miss reporting is a process used in maintenance operations and management to identify and report potential safety hazards and incidents that have not yet resulted in injury or damage. It is a proactive approach to safety that allows organizations to identify and address potential risks before they become serious incidents. Near miss reporting involves collecting data on potential hazards, analyzing the data to identify trends and patterns, and taking corrective action to prevent future incidents. It is an important part of any safety program and can help organizations reduce the risk of injury and damage, as well as improve overall safety performance.