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    It is everyone's responsibility to report and/or correct these potential accidents/incidents immediately.


  • You have 4 options to report a Near Hit/Miss:
    1. Call 0800 333 008 or 09 3521111, select option 8 (available 24/7) or
    2. Email a Near Hit/Miss Incident report to vplseqnz@visionstream.co.nz or
    3. Submit a Near Hit/Miss Incident report to a VPL representative or
    4. Submit your report here using iAuditor and email it to vplseqnz@visionstream.co.nz


  • Select date and time of potential incident/hazard :

  • Attach any supporting documents/photos:

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  • Environment

  • Vehicle/Plant/Equipment

  • Underground Services

  • If the potential incident/hazard involved an underground service, please select which one:

  • If the potential incident/hazard involved an underground service, please select how:

  • If other, enter here:

  • If an asbuilt is provided, utility service deviations will be notified to the appropriate Asset Owner.


  • List any immediate action taken to make the area safe or eliminate reoccurrence.

  • What would have made it safer?

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