The New Near Miss: Applying
Lessons Learned to Innovative Training
Wednesday April 23, 2014 | 1:00 PM ET
| 12:00 PM CT | 11:00 AM MT | 10:00 AM PT
For years, the American Fire Service
has used the National Fire Fighter Near Miss Reporting System as a
tool to better understand situations that caused injury or harm to
the fire service. After undergoing several changes, Near Miss
presents the next generation of the program and the technology that
brings the experiences of a community to an advanced learning
platform. Attendees to this webcast will see how this interactive
platform takes those experiences and transitions the narratives into
innovative training opportunities.
Jonathan Mackintosh is a
lead product designer and community liaison with AlphaTRAC, Inc .
For more than 22 years, AlphaTRAC has helped people make crucial
decisions that save lives, protect property, and preserve mission
in crisis situations
Laura Bell is the International Association of
Fire Chiefs (IAFC) program manager for the Near Miss Reporting
System. She joins the IAFC with a background in consulting for
military, government, and public safety clients.
Mistakes matter. Shared mistakes
become valuable lessons learned. The Near Miss Reporting System is
how you make that happen. It is an integrated learning
environment that helps you turn lessons learned into lessons
that are applied. Fully redesigned, the new Near Miss leverages
the latest innovations in technology to deliver powerful shared
experiences and revolutionary training.