Course Description

Behavioural safety approaches are based on the premise that a significant proportion of accidents are primarily caused by behaviours:

– Someone doing something they should not be doing.
– Someone not doing something they should be doing.
This course introduces and defines safe/unsafe behaviours. We look at identifying and targeting these at risk behaviours.

The aim of the workshop is to develop stronger relationships between Management/Supervisors and Employees. It is designed to not replace processes we already have in place, but rather to supplement and support those processes.

Incident and Injury-Free is a commitment, both personal and organisational, to create an existence absent of Incident and Injury. It is a ‘mind set’ and is sourced out of a personal commitment where individuals hold themselves responsible for not only their own safety and well-being, but for that of everyone else.

Course Objectives:

    • Create a shared understanding of Incident and Injury-Free.
    • Develop skills to lead and direct Incident and Injury-Free work.
    • Enrol Employees to actively support Management’s commitment to Incident and Injury-Free.
    • Support Employees to assign work in a manner that increases the likelihood it will be performed without Incident and Injury.
    • Learn to recognise and reinforce Incident and Injury-Free work.
    • Learn how to constructively correct unsafe work.