Never Ignore a Close Call
Shrugging off a close call is asking for trouble. Just because no one got injured and no property was damaged is no reason to ignore the incident.
A close call needs to be reported and followed up to make sure the incident doesn’t happen again, with worse consequences.
Close calls are common. Can you identify with any of the following situations?
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