I should be very glad to be near Miss
Emma of course, and always am.
It will be much the best place for her, so near Miss
Lee, and not far from the girls, and close by the housemaids, who could either of them help to dress her, you know, and take care of her clothes, for I suppose you would not think it fair to expect Ellis to wait on her as well as the others.
I was near Miss
Dunross--near enough, when I put out my hand, to touch her.
Perhaps, I thought, with sudden approach to hidden truth, it was the same thing which had kept him over a week, nearly ten days indeed, from coming near Miss
With respect to definition (a), a near miss
may serve as feedback in that the miss was spatially near the target.
For the purpose of this article, a near miss
can be defined as any combination of unsafe actions or conditions presenting themselves at the site of work that exposes personnel, equipment, facilities, or the environment at undue/unplanned risk or harm, however remote.
The description on the YouTube video claims the near miss
incident happened on early Saturday morning, July 5.
The UK Airprox Board report says the incident has been rated the most serious category for a near miss
The near miss
incident recognition, reporting, investigation, and remedial action (NEMIRR) program offers management the opportunity to assess all near miss
incidents to determine which near miss
incidents warrant a full investigation and to eliminate the source of the problem before it results in loss to people, plant, or property.
I thought it was a near miss
because from the ground it looked like they were really close to each other.
Another recommendation we would suggest in regard to building perceptions of supervisor support (as well as encouraging incident reporting) is for the supervisor to give feedback to employees about what actions have been taken to correct potentially hazardous situations that were identified in response to a near miss
or first-aid case.
A root cause analysis (RCA) is performed following the occurrence of a significant incident or near miss