Pleural drainage by the insertion of intercostal tube can be considered as an effective, safe and simply therapeutic manoeuvre well within the scope of being performed by any emergency medical technician or physician. However, there is no other basic technique that results in the generation of more iatrogenic morbidity, technical failure or anxiety. The insertion of chest drain holds the requirement of detailed knowledge about the relationships between abdominal and intrathoracic viscera and surface landmarks (Tsang, 2015). As in the case of other practical procedures, there is usually a follow up of misunderstanding or inadequate tuition by unsatisfactory outcome in context with the principles followed for conducting thoracic drainage. The duties of registered nurse involve significant variations with respect to their areas of expertise. They are known to play a crucial role in the promotion of wellness by the performance of a number of services. A registered nurse should have major focus to care for and educate the patient along with their family members with respect to early ways of preventing diseases and recovering. Hence, the key responsibilities are assessing the health needs and issues of patients, executing and developing plans of nursing, and upholding medical records. The environment at work plays a significant role in order to offer standard services. This particular profession cannot avoid major responsibilities and complexities, as a challenging vocation, where there is huge demand for alertness and versatility (Geng et al. 2012). In the clinical setting, errors take place and can be used for the enhancement of safety among patients, entailing the establishment of a culture of learning and reporting. In taking the decision as to what should be reported, staff members should be distinguishing between different categories of errors within which majority of the errors are allowed to take place and end up going unreported. Concern regarding the extent of harm caused by accident based injury to patients when undergoing medical treatment has ended up increasing substantially since the last few years. Errors within the setting of health care has to be considered as the outcome of failures in complex system instead of being at fault of clinicians on individual basis (Gould et al. 2010). Therefore, efforts on the improvement of faulty conditions of latent system and the key defences for the prevention of medical errors from the harm caused to patient during care that increases the chances of improving safety instead of imposing blame on the individuals responsible. In this context, effective teams of interdisciplinary base gain advantages out of the training for team that include the need to attend and consider the safety concerns of others.