We are all trained to report any near misses, injuries, or incidents to a supervisor or safety representative. Often times however many of these incidents, especially first-aid type injuries, are not reported. Injuries are not reported because of many different reasons, but it is important to understand why all of them need to be.
We all play a part in protecting the health and safety of ourselves and others in the workplace. The most important thing is everybody getting home safe and sound at the end of each day. Reporting of all incidents including the Onset of pain and discomfort, Near Misses and Hazards, is vital for us to be able to build a profile of the types of Hazards, Incidents and Near Misses which are faced by staff and contractors. We’ll use your reports to identify areas where we can work together to improve health and safety.
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