The Psychology of Risk Control and Behavior Based Safety [1713]
Date: Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Time: 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Location: Greater Columbus Convention Center
Room: D180

   Donny Owens, Lead Safety/Training Coordinator, Owens-Corning

Track: Risk Assessment
Secondary Track: Social and Behavioral
Session Type: Educational Session
Skill Level: Advanced


This session explains what risk is, how people react to risk and the level of exposure and how to alter people's risk perception. The presenter explains behavior and cognitive influences and what leading indicators you need to measure to limit exposure. The presenter then discusses the three pillar approach to safety and how to integrate your behavior-based process to get the best return on your investment.

Learning Objectives:
Describe what risk is and how different people react to it
Explain how to develop employees (top to bottom) to recognize risk and develop ideas to bring the task to an acceptable level of risk
Identify techniques on mental job hazard analysis and the what can I touch and what can touch me risk analysis
Recognize barriers to risk reduction and how to eliminate them with the help of your leading indicators and behavior based safety process

CEU Hours:  
  IACET: 0.1
  HRCI: 1
  EPA: 1
  BWC Discount Programs: 1

File & Handouts:
Hazrad recognition and behavior based safety

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