What's the difference between a Hazard and a Near Miss?
Hazard Anything that has the potential to cause injury or disease to people or damage the environment, property or equipment.
Example: A slippery set of stairs is a hazard.
Near Miss An occurrence that could have led to unintended and/or unnecessary harm to a person, and/or a complaint, loss or damage.
Example: Somebody slips on the stairs but is not injured.
Remember:    Near Miss = an incident without injury

Near-Miss Incident Report

No.:  New
Date Submitted: 05-21-24
First Name
Last Name
Telephone No. (optional)
Email Address (required if email turned on below)
Describe the Near-Miss Incident
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Describe how the incident happened, including what you were doing before and at the time of the incident, personal protective equipment being used, and any tools, equipment or materials involved.
Where in the Building
It is important that you accurately describe where the near-miss incident occurred. This information may be valuable in correcting issues needed to avoid future accidents.
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