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Accurate and timely reporting of safety incidents is a crucial component of a positive safety culture. These invaluable learning opportunities allow us to adapt, make improvements and prevent future injury. Yet, recent Australian data has found that on average, 31% of incidents go unreported and in some organisations this figure rises as high as 53%. And it’s not just frontline workers failing to report; leaders and managers also underreport at alarming rates.

In this webinar we explored:

  • The importance of timely incident reporting
  • The three key drivers of underreporting
  • How to address each driver for improved safety outcomes

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