Registering of


: An unexpected which is not covered by other which must be recorded.

Notifications: every has the right and the duty to report incidents.


  • the incident based on the given by the reporter.
  • Assess the incident.
  • Determine the cause of the incident.
  • Determine the possible to resolve the incident.
  • Implement the measures.
  • Record the causes and taken measures.

Actions by abnormalities:

The operations are entirely dependent on the incident.

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