An incident Inspection report is a method for noting any accident it may or may not have resulted in personal injury or property damage. It is used to document work-related injuries and accidents, near-misses, property and equipment damage, health and safety concerns, security problems, and misconduct.
The goal of incident reporting is to keep track of an incident, figure out what caused it, document any actions taken. An incident report can help with occurrence investigation and analysis. It includes the root cause as well as corrective activities to eliminate the risks and prevent such occurrences in the future. Incident reports can also be used as safety records, indicating possible pitfalls and uncontrolled hazards identified on the workplace.
An incident is defined as an incident, condition, or circumstance that:-
Incident reporting is a well-established concept that was originally meant to promote and improve workplace safety. However, the majority of employees continue to ignore this practise. Management and employees should understand why incident reporting can assist a company not only enhance its safety but also differentiate itself from competitors and, most importantly, build a safe and healthy working environment and culture for employees.
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