Total Loss Approach
Definition - What does Total Loss Approach mean?
The total loss approach is a method for reviewing all accidents and near miss incidents and placing a strong emphasis on developing measures to prevent similar accidents from occurring in the future. This method also requires that all potential causes for accidents be evaluated and that controls be established for these exposures as well.
Safeopedia explains Total Loss Approach
The total loss approach requires that damage to property, equipment and lost time be considered when planning for the elimination potential of accidents or injuries. These considerations are made for both accidents and near-miss scenarios that have occurred within the workplace. This approach requires a strong commitment from company leadership on down-to-line employees, and the belief that accidents and injuries are preventable must be strongly held.
- Accident Health, Safety and Environment
- Accident Prevention
- Accident Rate Workplace Health and Safety
- Loss Control Health, Safety and Environment
- Near Miss
- Accident Investigation Occupational Health and Safety
- Accident Causation Model Occupational Health and Safety
- Accident Causation
- Environmental Factors Causing Accidents
- Human Factors Causing Accidents