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n Risk Management - The basics of accident and incident investigation skills and training

Volume 2, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1817-6585

Abstract

Extracted from text ... An accident is an undesired event, usually caused by unsafe acts and/or unsafe conditions, that results in, or has the potential for, physical harm to persons and/or damage to property and/or interruption of business continuity. Unsafe acts can be described as things people do, or omit to do, that could cause an accident. Examples of unsafe acts are: ? working at unsafe speeds ? working without authority ? failure to secure machinery and material ? rendering safety devices inoperative ? arranging or placing objects unsafely ? fooling, teasing, abusing workmates ? using equipment unsafely or using limbs instead of ..

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2006-05-01
2019-09-20

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