Like most organizations, you collect incident reports after a program, but what do you actually do with that information? Typically, the information on a paper incident form gets reviewed once. Changes are made to operations or protocols and then the incident is ‘filed’ for good. It may be reviewed once a year as part of an annual summary for an incident review committee and then it returns to being just a static file somewhere. But how do you track to see if those changes made any difference?
To understand your risk and manage it effectively, you need to interact with your incident data in an ongoing way. You need a structured incident database—a Risk Management Information System (RMIS). With an RMIS you can identify trends across all of your incidents and assess if the changes you make actually result in decreased negative outcomes. An RMIS combines comprehensive and customizable data collection with real-time analytics tools to let you interact with live data and develop actionable insights about your risk profile.
At this webinar you’ll learn about:
The types of incident & close call data you should be tracking
The two major paradigms of incident causation analysis—Safety I & Safety II, and how analyzing your data from both paradigms can enhance your program practices
How an RMIS like IncidentAnalytix can enhance your risk management practices