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Statistics show that unsafe acts are the most common cause of workplace accidents. Despite the introduction of training programs and safe work practices and procedures, controlling unsafe acts has proven to be difficult. The reason for this is that unsafe acts involve the Human Factor, that is, they occur as a result of people’s attitudes and behaviours.
Behavioural Safety offers a way to reduce the incidence of unsafe acts by modifying people’s behaviours and improving their attitudes towards safety.
Unsafe acts and unsafe conditions; behaviours and attitudes towards safety; the theory of behaviour modification; the ABC model; positive reinforcement; the three components of a Behavioural Safety program; the behavioural safety observation
An assessment task of 10 multiple choice questions and answers willl be discussed in class.
Each candidate will receive a Certificate of Completion.