Who will benefit?
Anyone who needs or wants to make people behave healthily, let alone safely. And anyone who wishes people would just follow the rules, or at least be careful.
The course aims to give the delegates a greater awareness of what leads us to make unsafe decisions whilst at work and to highlight the internal and external influences that drive us to take unsafe actions and make unsafe decisions.
IOSH Behavioural Safety
SA Training's IOSH Workplace Behavioural Safety course is a comprehensive programme designed to help organisations understand and manage the impact of human behaviour on safety. The course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the importance of behavioural safety in the workplace and help organisations develop strategies to improve safety culture.
The course is specifically tailored to provide a detailed understanding of the factors that influence human behaviour and how they impact safety. It covers topics such as communication, motivation, perception, and attitudes, which are all essential in developing a positive safety culture in the workplace.
The course is delivered through a range of methods, including behavioural safety training, behavioural safety webinars, and interactive workshops. It is designed to be interactive and engaging, with real-life case studies and practical examples used to help delegates understand the concepts and apply them to their workplace.
Delegates will have access to a team of experienced trainers who provide expert guidance and support throughout the programme. The trainers are highly qualified and have extensive experience in the field of health and safety, with a particular focus on behavioural safety.
Behavioural Safety Training
The IOSH Behavioural Safety programme is flexible and can be tailored to meet specific needs. It can be delivered in-house or as an open course, with in-house courses allowing for customised training and open courses offering opportunities for delegates to interact with professionals from other sectors.
At the end of the course, delegates will have a detailed understanding of the importance of behavioural safety in the workplace and be equipped with the knowledge and skills to manage and improve safety culture in their organisation. The course is ideal for individuals who are responsible for health and safety, as well as managers and supervisors who want to gain essential knowledge and skills in behavioural safety.
Upon completion of the course, delegates will have:
A better awareness of the influences that affect our decision making.
A clear understanding of how behaviours and human error can contribute to harm in the workplace.
A clear understanding of the role of stress and fatigue in mistakes.
An understanding of how habits are formed and can be changed.
An understanding of the principles of behavioural psychology and how to positively impact safety culture.
A willingness to look beyond the actions of front-line workers, and at more than the wearing of PPE.
Online Webinars available
Timings 09:30 - 17:30
The cost per delegate to attend an open course is £265.00 + VAT.
Workplace Behavioural Safety content includes:
ABC theory of behaviour
Consequences of behaviour
Human error – why people do ‘stupid’ things
Unsafe acts and Swiss Cheese
Safety culture and drivers of unsafe behaviour
Being safer – one thing you will stop doing and one new H&S habit you will develop
Workplace Behavioural Safety Assessment and Certification
Assessment is by an end-of-course 30-minute multi-choice examination. Delegates who attend all the modules and score 60% or more in the examination will receive their personal Workplace Behavioural Safety certificate from IOSH, the world’s largest health and safety membership organisation.
Get in touch with us
We work with a large number of companies and recognise that organisations have very different training needs. We are committed to providing a memorable and measurable training experience. We appreciate the pressures faced by businesses. Our specialist training teams deliver specific solutions to reflect the industry within which you and your firm operates.