All adverse incidents, including Serious Incidents Requiring Investigation (SIRIs) should be managed in line with each Trust’s agreed processes and existing structures. Quarterly reports of any SIRIs and learning outcomes related to PA interventions from each of the Active Hospital pathways will be reported by the local Physical Activity Champion and SEM team members to the Central Clinical Governance Committee for the Active Hospital Project.
The Central Clinical Governance Committee for Active Hospital Project will analyse action points related to physical activity interventions across different pathways and decide whether action is required in all areas of the project. By doing so, it will be able to performed risk anticipation and mitigation across the patient pathways.
Annual reports will be prepared to provide an integrated overview of all risk management activity in the project. The key risk management recommended activities will be disseminated across all pathways. This will contribute towards cultivation of an open and just culture in which risk management is identified as continuous improvement of care.