Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video What is near-miss data and why care?, part of Construction Industry Weekly.
- [Jim] Hi, Jim Rogers here.…Welcome back to my weekly series…on construction management issues.…In the last episode, I started discussing…my thoughts on how and why the construction…industry needs to change.…Or, maybe a better description there…is that I think it needs to evolve.…I've also been talking about the role…that I think technology needs to play in this evolution.…In this episode, I'll expand on the concept…that I previously introduced regarding tracking near-misses.…I've also used this term in some…of my other courses, so I think…it's a great opportunity to explain…exactly what I mean by a near-miss,…why I think that data's important,…and how to capture it without getting bogged down.…
More importantly, I'll explain how this information…cuts across safety, quality, and productivity issues,…making this data important and useful…to everyone in the construction industry…regardless of your role.…Whether you're a field superintendent…for a trade contractor, a project engineer…in charge of one element of a job site,…
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