This course is concerned with the study of how human intervention can lead to error in the workplace. While human error cannot be eliminated, efforts and strategies by individuals and management can be used to minimise, trap and mitigate error. The aim of this course is to help the participant develop an internal model of the nature of human safety behaviour and understand how this behaviour might be managed to minimise risk.
Combining formal lectures and discussions, Behavioural Safety Management will give you the skills, confidence and qualifications to:
The course will be delivered over five days with 30 hours of lectures. Students will need to complete a written examination within a week of completion. They will also need to complete 70 hours of additional work and submit a relevant project within six weeks of the written examination.
Courses can be run in-house (subject to availability)