Underreporting and the Implications for Serious Injury and Fatality Prevention

Mar 8, 2022

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Research suggests that one in five recordable incidents and near misses have serious or fatal outcome potential—regardless of the actual outcome severity. Yet many organisations struggle with underreporting and classification of their more serious incidents.

In this webinar we explored:

  • The importance of accurately identifying serious injury/fatality potential events
  • Key drivers of underreporting
  • The importance of weak signals to future serious events
  • Some practical ideas and strategies to improve the way your organisation responds to incident reports.

Supporting Resources

  1. Webinar Slides

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