Course fee is inclusive of training booklets, lunches, teas, home assignments and training certificates. We offer group package rates for more than 2 participants from the same organization.
Many organizations endeavour to improve workplace safety performance through both task and hardware approaches. Typically, in the past, these have focused on physical design and its relationship to employee performance and so engineers and ergonomists have dominated the safety arena. More recently they have been joined by sociologists and psychologists who try to explain accident involvement and poor safety performance in terms of changing employees and hence organizational behaviour.
Understand the need for a change in order to create a step change in safety improvement
Understand people behavior, attitude and the workplace climate that can effect safety performance
Completely dive into the science of behavior based safety approach
The history of the BBS and its development model
How to apply the BBS approach at work
Understand the theory of organizational change
Beyond Safety: Wider application of the Behavioral approach
Developing Observers and learning to adopt a formal way of intervening into unsafe situations
“Mangers and Safety Staff have felt unable to drive down the level of accidents any further by the use of traditional means. Now, a growing body of evidence suggests that a shift in focus from traditional approaches to a behaviourbased approach to safety improvement can further improve workplace safety performance and will reduce the number and the severity of occupational accidents.”