Should I be using ‘near misses’ in my risk management programme and if so, how are these best used/incorporated?

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The thought of a near miss is enough to send shivers down the spine of any risk manager. But as seasoned risk and internal audit leader Chris Corless explains these near misses provide important lessons for risk managers looking to not make the same mistake twice.

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