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Sharing Lessons Learned from Incidents, 1st Edition

Year: 2018
Language: english
Author: OCIMF
Genre: Methodological guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 27
Description: The shipping industry has worked hard in recent years to eliminate personal injuries and reduce damage to the environment and assets. Though we have taken big steps towards ensuring that each day ends safely for everybody in our industry, we still need to do more.
In particular, we must make sure that we learn the lessons from incidents. Following any incident, we have programmes and procedures for investigating what happened and why. The point of this work is that we learn from what happened and do all we can to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
This information paper outlines the most effective ways that vessel operators can share the lessons that we learn from incident investigations.
It focuses on three levels of sorting and sharing the lessons learned from incidents, and it suggests formats that you can use to record and organise the information.
It also looks at how you can zoom in on the key parts of those lessons, and how to target specific messages at staff so that you do not over-load them with unnecessary information.
Finally, it recommends how to engage people so that they share their personal experiences – a vital factor in ensuring that we all get the maximum benefit from the time and resources we spend on investigating incidents.



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