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You get what you measure so measure what you want. Organizations must be aware that the absence of injury does not necessarily indicate the presence of safety. With that in mind, they need to design programs that incentivize desired performance which includes results and behaviors. Get the behavior and the results will follow.
  • Understand different methods of measuring safety
  • Ensure underlying behaviors are understood before rewarding results
  • Focus on desired behaviors to foster sustainable safety improvements
  • Conduct a gap analysis on a safety and health management system to ensure it is effective and compliant
  • Comply with regulatory recordkeeping and reporting requirements
If you were in a cave and someone yelled, “Watch out for that stalagmite!”, would you look up or down? If you said down, you are correct. This course will use imagery from caves to provide insight about how organizational culture forms and provide participants with an assessment of what type of safety culture exist in their respective organizations. After completing this course, participants will identify their role in culture creation and understand the importance of individual and team alignment with the mission, vision, and values of the organization.
  • Understand their role as a safety leader in culture creation
  • Define and foster a successful safety culture
  • Apply safety as a core value in everything they do

“You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of others.” Most people would agree with that statement as they read it, but do their actions reflect that belief? Safety isn't about assigning blame or determining fault - it's about taking responsibility. This course will challenge participants to take control of their safety and achieve zero consequential errors.
  • Explain what it means to be 100% responsible for your own safety
  • Define the desired outcome of zero consequential errors
  • Understand how your actions can affect the safety of others and eliminate selfish attitudes

A fundamental premise of working safely is that hazards must be identified and then controlled. Too many incidents happen because hazards are not identified, or even worse, they are identified but ignored or tolerated. This course Risk teaches how to identify existing and potential hazards and how to identify and eliminate risk tolerances. These are essentials skills as hazards must be identified before they can be controlled.
  • Identify existing and potential workplace hazards
  • Recognize factors that influence risk tolerance such as normalization of deviance, assumptions, biases, habits, and mental strain
  • Identify and eliminate risk tolerance as it occurs during hazard identification

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