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Keys for Executives to Successfully Conduct Major Incident Reviews

Keys for Executives to Successfully Conduct Major Incident Reviews

Executive reviews of major incidents are always the right thing to do, no matter the organization or the incident.

When done well, they can create an environment where executives can learn about what is preventing significant exposures from being controlled. It gives them an opportunity to model what good looks like with regards to creating a learning moment.

Additionally, it gives them an opportunity to leverage their position to remove barriers for operational leaders. Finally, they can demonstrate that they value fixing system issues that hinder safety excellence and long- versus short-term solutions.

The white paper, “Keys for Executives to Successfully Conduct Major Incident Reviews,” is a comprehensive look into why incident reviews are important and what leaders need to do to establish the integrity of the reviews before incidents happen. Written by DEKRA General Manager Don Groover, the white paper explores:

  • The ten “Do’s” that leaders need to act on before, during, and after an incident.
  • Questions to ask on-site management teams after an incident.
  • How to recognize barriers to completing action items.
  • Why it is essential to have an established and organized communication system before an incident.
  • How to conduct executive reviews.