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Annual Accident & Incidents Analysis Dashboard


The importance of health and safety at work can never be underestimated. It is vital that all care providers learn from any accidents, incidents and near misses that occur on your premises or during work-related activities.

The CQC has published guidance online on this subject and highlighted the devastating impact it can have on your service if you fail to do so. It details what action you must take and that includes analysing and learning from any accidents to reduce the risk of any recurrence.

To help you review and monitor incidents, QCS has created an editable and annual Accident and Incidents Analysis dashboard - an essential resource that provides you with the evidence you need to show you are taking this area of compliance seriously.

It can also be used throughout your governance structure within team meetings, training and governance meetings and enables shared learning across all of your stakeholders.

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The importance of health and safety at work can never be underestimated. It is vital that all care providers learn from any accidents, incidents and near misses that occur on your premises or during work-related activities.

The CQC has published guidance online on this subject and highlighted the devastating impact it can have on your service if you fail to do so. It details what action you must take and that includes analysing and learning from any accidents to reduce the risk of any recurrence.

To help you review and monitor incidents, QCS has created an editable and annual Accident and Incidents Analysis dashboard - an essential resource that provides you with the evidence you need to show you are taking this area of compliance seriously.

It can also be used throughout your governance structure within team meetings, training and governance meetings and enables shared learning across all of your stakeholders.

Meeting the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014.