IMCA safety flashes normally comprise between four and seven separate incidents, sometimes with a common theme. These safety flashes are circulated by email to IMCA members as a PDF. However, all published incidents are available to the public on the IMCA website https://www.imca-int.com/safetyflashes.
Feedback – star ratings
Readers can now provide feedback to IMCA, using a ‘star rating’ system. We would encourage all users of IMCA safety flashes to do so. This feedback will enable IMCA to continue to improve the quality of safety flashes and ensure that lessons learned are appropriate and useful to members.
To provide feedback, simply click on the stars on the right side of the screen:
Full text search
This is also a timely moment to remind members and readers of these safety flashes that the on-line content can be searched. The search is not just of “key words” or titles but of the full text. To search for something in an IMCA safety incident, go to https://www.imca-int.com/safetyflashes and type in your desired search words in this box:
Consultant - Safety and Security
Information Note Details
Published date: 6 October 2017
Information note ID: 1380
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