This course defines behavioural safety and explains the origins of the concept. It covers how it can be implemebted into the workplace and some of the potential benefits.
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The course includes analysis of some examples of "at risk behaviours" and some examples of ways you can measure how well your organisation is doing when it comes to safety. Finally it touches on some of the key laws regarding health and safety in the workplace and how to ensure positive workforce attitudes.
Hazard must be removed through a risk assessment and any risk removed or reduced as far as reasonably practicle.
ONLINE LEARNING IS FLEXIBLE AND EFFECTIVE
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WHO IS THIS COURSE SUITABLE FOR?
This course is aimed at supervisors and managers that want to implement a behavioural safety programme and change the behavour of employees from at risk behaviours to safe behaviours.
2 - YEAR
12 HOUR ISSUE
This course is approved by the International Institude of Risk and Safety Management.
Why Complete this Course?
A significant number of workplace accidents are reportedly caused by inappropriate behaviour.
All employees need to promote safe behaviour in the workplaceto reduce accidents and incidents and to have a positive safety culture in the workplace for employees and employers alike.
In reducing risk an employer has to go through what is called "a Hierarchy of Control" which is ranking which part of the process they have to do first. This is called the general principle of prevention and came from a European Directive called the framework directive.
Module 1 - Introduction
Module 2 - Essential Terms & Business Benefits
Module 3 - How Behavioural Safety Works
Module 4 - Setting Up a Programme
Module 5 - Ensuring Positive Workforce Attitudes
Duration 45 minutes, Note: this is based on the amount of video content and rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions.
Online training is cost effective, effective and flexible.
A the most important purpose of risk assessment is to prevent accidents, this course is an obvious route to continuous development. Another common sense course to complete would be slips, trips and falls as it is also designed to outline ways to prevent accidents.
If you would like to improve your business skills then time management, stress management or even project management would be excellent courses to complete.