WAter Incident Database Feb 2012

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Background to the UK National Water Safety Forum - WAter Incident Database

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WAter Incident Database Feb 2012

  1. 1. Water Incident Database (WAID) Presented by:
  2. 2. WAID WAter  Central water-related incident database Incident Database  Merges identical/overlapping data to create one national (UK) incident record  Data can be provided and used by relevant agencies  Capture, analysis and reporting tool for local and national issues Working together for water safety
  3. 3. GovernanceNatural body in whichorganisations involved inwater safety willparticipate in order to havea strong voice withGovernment on watersafety issues ...‘One stop shop’ for water safety. Follows DFT 2002 review Links to UKSAR & MSCC Working together for water safety
  4. 4. Guiding principles (a tour)www.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/about/principles.asp Working together for water safety
  5. 5. WAID management• BW (chair)• CFOA WAID Admin • As left• DFT • Local authorities• DASA • MCA • Navigation authorities • RNLI• MCA • RoSPA • Sports NGB• RNLI • User groups (100+) • Ind. Project lead• RoSPA• Water UK Users Information Group Working together for water safety
  6. 6. The system Data Entry Match Merge Reporting Becoming a user Accessing data and reports Working together for water safety
  7. 7. Data entry Working together for water safety
  8. 8. Data entry cont.. Working together for water safety
  9. 9. Data - ownership and use • Ownership retained by stakeholder (you)Stakeholder data • Same format as all other users: enables quick (Yours) comparison/reporting • Core fields and data merged to create new record • Held in trust by NWSF- for analysis and reportingIncident data (NWSF) • Subject to review. Closed after 18 months • Public reports and closed record sets Public Reports • Annual reports and risk based analysis Working together for water safety
  10. 10. Match and MergeThis function is managed by the WAID admin group Working together for water safety
  11. 11. Match and Merge cont.. Working together for water safety
  12. 12. Match and Merge cont.. All data taken forward None is lost! Working together for water safety
  13. 13. Merge – no data lost Working together for water safety
  14. 14. Incident reports Working together for water safety
  15. 15. Reports: 2009 WR fatalities Working together for water safety
  16. 16. Reports: Where and what 2009 WRF fatalities Working together for water safety
  17. 17. Further informationNational Water Safety Forum About us: http://www.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/about/index.aspWAID General background : http://www.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/waid/index.asp Stakeholder manual: http://www.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/member/projects/info/wg0909_waid1.pdf Taxonomy and data-flows: http://www.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/member/projects/info/wg0510_waid3.pdf Inception report: http://www.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/member/projects/info/wg1210_waid5.pdf Reports: http://www.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/waid/reports.asp Working together for water safety
  18. 18. Further informationwww.nationalwatersafety.org.uk/ContactUs/Default.aspx Working together for water safety

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