It’s back and better than before…
One of the most valuable tools of the new USPPA website will be the Incident Database. We have over 430 incident reports dating back to 2006. There is a lot of information and data we can extract from each incident to help us learn and find ways to avoid similar incidents and be safer.
What’s new with the database? The new format for the database and the incident forms will allow us to extract valuable information, visual graphs, charts, and more. With each new incident added to the new database, we will be able to extract key data. These key data points will help us to improve the syllabus, best practices, and more. For now, the database contains all the entries from the old website but with each new entry, using this new form, we will be able to create graphs and charts.
If you had an incident or know of an incident, please consider filling out the form. All sensitive information such as names and contact information is kept private and is not visible to the public. Thank you!
The ultimate goal of this tool is to increase safety.
You will find the incident database in the menu under “resources”.