Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This workshop focuses on the individual, system, environmental, and behavioral factors that lead to an ideal safety culture, principles of behavior and person-based psychology, hazard recognition and human error reduction, principles of safety leadership, and components of a successful observation and feedback process to help organizations achieve an injury free workplace.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Use principles of behavior and person-based psychology, principles of human error, and human and organizational performance to facilitate an Ideal Safety Culture.
  2. Describe how the interaction of Leadership, Management Systems, Behavior, Employee Engagement, Environmental Conditions, and Individual Person Factors work together and contribute to an Ideal Safety Culture.
  3. Identify the most significant barriers to an Ideal Safety Culture and how to overcome them, use Safety Culture Assessments to identify strengths and opportunities for improvement, and identify the most common Hazard Recognition Traps that prevent us from seeing seemingly obvious hazards.