10 Reasons to Implement Near-Miss Reporting

May 2, 2022

 
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10 Reasons to Implement Near-Miss Reporting
Wondering how to define a near miss in your metal forming shop?  Want to better understand what is required for near-miss reporting?  Learn all of this and more in a recent online article from the safety-program management consultants at Safety International. Included: 10 important reasons why you should report near misses; some basic steps to follow to report near misses; and the basic information to include in near-miss reporting forms.
 
 
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Workforce Development: The Case for a More Coordinated Approach
From Matthew Fieldman, executive director of America Works, a nationwide initiative to coordinate the American manufacturing industry's training efforts, comes this thought-leadership article arguing that while the numerous manufacturing-workforce development programs obviously are doing tremendous work in communities around the country, these programs are too fragmented, disjointed and rarely scalable outside the cities and states that invested in their creation.  What’s really needed, Fieldman says, to realize the economic benefits these programs bring through filling open positions, increasing the talent available to companies, and improving the knowledge and skills of future and current workers, is a platform where these programs can interact and be studied, nurtured and promoted.

He offers several successful examples in this post.
 
 

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