Behavioural Safety Awareness

Accidents cost money, either directly or indirectly. With the best intentions organisations have over the years invested heavily in developing their staff to become health and safety proficient, this has driven down accident statistics to a level that is now at a plateau. Something has to change if further reductions are to be made, this can only be achieved if people recognise they are the main source of accidents and are willing to look at their own behaviour in the workplace

Anyone in the workplace

  • Important Notes/Why Use a Behavioural Safety Approach
  • Why Use a Safety Approach 
  • Preparing to Implement a Behavioural Approach
  • The Job      
  • The Individual 
  • The Organisation
  • Factors Influencing a Behavioural Approach
  • Psychology of Behaviour
  • The Challenge
  • Reducing Human Error and Influencing Behaviour 
  • Active and Latent Failures
  • Impact of Change
  • Leading by Example
  • Facilitation, Coaching and Mentoring
  • Staffing Levels
  • Training and Competency 
  • Intervention
  • Conscious Decision 
  • Managing the risk
  • Benefits of Health and Safety Discussions  

By completing this half-day course, you will receive an in-house certificate, which is valid for 3 years.

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