Course Duration: Five days
Behavioral programs have become popular in the safety domain, as there is evidence that a proportion of accidents are caused by unsafe behavior. Whilst a focus on changing unsafe behavior into safe behavior is appropriate, this should not deflect attention from also analyzing why people behave unsafely. This training cover the reasons for not focusing solely on changing individual behavior without considering necessary changes to how people are organized, managed, motivated, rewarded and their physical work environment, tools and equipment can result in treating the symptom only, but without addressing the root causes of unsafe behavior.
Who Should Attend?
Safety managers, supervisors are recommended to attend this course.
- By the end of the course, participants would be able to:
- Identity the influences of behavior
- Determine how to effectively observe behavior
- Identify behavior reinforcement concepts
- Specify ways to motivate employees and address the human factor
- Recognize the importance of attitude and how it affects safety on the job
- Describe transactional analysis.
- Behavioral Psychology,
- Safety Excellence And Company Performance,
- Human Learning Laws and Behavioral Control Principles;
- Human Factors, Errors and At-Risk Behaviors
- Safety Intervention Approaches - Cognitive and Attitude Psychology
- Behavior-Based Safety Observation-Objectives and Principles; Questioning and Feedback Skills
- Advanced Safety Communication Processes and Best Practice Examples
- Advanced Safety Motivation Processes and Best Practice Examples
- Behavior-Based Implementation Cycle - How to get commitment from workers
- Principles of behavioral safety
- Behavioral analysis
- Development of critical behavioral checklist
- Implementation difficulties
- Observation methodology
- Communication skills
- Coaching skills
- Statistical analysis of observation data
- Behavior-based safety process implementation models