Ms Yassine will discuss the reporting and monitoring of near misses
in the healthcare setting at the Patient Safety Middle East Exhibition & Conferences organized by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions on the 4-6 October 2015 in Dubai, UAE.
Results indicated that although participants were unable to identify which of the four machines produced the most near misses
, they did tend to select the 30% machine as the one most wanted to repeat, with the 45% being selected least.
At the onset of the program, we asked for simply an increase in the number of near misses
being reported and we would report out the group turning in the most near misses
Using the mobile app, employees can photograph near misses
, type a description of the incident, and quickly send it to their company's or supervisor's MessageQube.
Secondly, the display showing the list of collisions, and now near misses
as well, has been updated to be easier to read, making it simpler to extrapolate the coordinates at these points.
We work under strain, work without enough staff, we don't make a fuss, we don't complain, we don't report near misses
and risks because we are so busy caring for our patients.
Therefore, making sure that minor injuries and near misses
are reported to organizations when they occur provides vital information that enables the organization to improve its safety outcomes.
Or, an analysis of last year's near misses
might reveal a large number in a particular category.
It happened 14 miles north of Newcastle Airport, an area which has seen a number of near misses
between military and civilian planes in recent years, as well as a small number of RAF crashes.
Last year the station recorded at least 25 near misses
involving fire engines leaving the station to attend emergency calls.
A non-punitive environment encourages staff to report errors and near misses
Low-flying RAF jets on training missions use the airspace near the airport and there have been a series of near misses
in recent years as the region's skies become more congested.