New Approaches of Near-Miss Management in Industry: A Systematic Review

Maria Helena Pedrosa, J. C. Guedes, Isabel Dias, Ana Salazar

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Background: Considering that more than half of the world’s population is economically active, safe working environments are vital to improving their overall quality of life. Workplace incidents can and should be investigated, those with consequences (work accidents) and those with no effects but with intrinsic potential (near-misses). New approaches to Near-miss Management in the Industry will help to prevent occupational accidents in the future. Objective: This research aims to obtain innovative characteristics relative to procedures within the near-miss management in the Industry. Method: This review followed the guidelines of the PRISMA Statement. Seven databases, namely: Scopus, Web of Science, ScienceDirect, Academic Search Ultimate, SpringerLink, Wiley Online Library, and IEEE Xplore, were used to develop a data search based on the defined keywords. Results: A total of 15 publications were included in the systematic review. Topics such as type of Industry, study sample, type of study research, and main innovative findings regarding the original near-miss management were analysed. Conclusion: New approaches of Near-miss Management systems in the Industry were explored with results that can be very useful in a future design of a Near-miss Management system in a more specific sector such as the traditional manufacturing sector.
Idioma originalEnglish
Título da publicação do anfitriãoOccupational and Environmental Safety and Health III
EditoresPedro M. Arezes, J. Santos Baptista, Paula Carneiro, Jacqueline Castelo Branco, Nélson Costa, J. Duarte, J. C. Guedes, Rui B. Melo, A. Sérgio Miguel, Gonçalo Perestrelo
Local da publicaçãoCham
EditoraSpringer International Publishing AG
Número de páginas12
ISBN (impresso)978-3-030-89617-1
Estado da publicaçãoPublicado - 2022
Publicado externamenteSim

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