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AustStab Awards of Excellence 2013. Key learning from near miss reporting. Downer Infrastructure WORK, HEALTH & SAFETY. Sponsored by. Our near miss history. Prior to May 2012 we reported less than 30 near misses Within 12 months we have reported more than 1,100 near misses

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    1. AustStab Awards of Excellence 2013 Key learning from near miss reporting Downer Infrastructure WORK, HEALTH & SAFETY Sponsored by

    2. Our near miss history Prior to May 2012 we reported less than 30 near misses Within 12 months we have reported more than 1,100 near misses Since the commencing near miss reporting there has not been a lost time injury in NSW This is allowing us to look at trends and individual occurrences

    3. 0 1 0 10 6 3 10 30 13 600 79 1165 Post near miss reporting roll out – June 2012 - May 2013 Pre near miss reporting – June 2011 - May 2012 Bird’s Triangle Fatal injury Serious injury Injuries Near misses

    4. Downer NSW Road InfrastructureLTIFR, MTIFR and TRIFR – 24 month trend Near miss reporting introduced

    5. Making near miss reporting visible

    6. Near miss reporting – 14 month trend

    7. Near miss reports by category – 12 months to May 2013