At the end of this study, students should be able to:
- Define behavioral based safety.
- Know How to promote critical health and safety behaviors
- Understand the antecedents and consequences of at-risk behavior
- Know the Concept of Behavioral safety (bhav) programs and the Ten things wrong with Behavioral safety (bhav) programs.
|SECTION ONE: THE CONCEPT OF BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY|
|Module 1: What is behavioral based safety?||Unlimited|
|Module 2: Why behavioral based safety?||Unlimited|
|Module 3: Behavioral based safety champion||Unlimited|
|Module 4: What is a Behavior Based Safety Observation?||Unlimited|
|SECTION TWO: SAFETY AND RISK BEHAVIOUR|
|Module 5: How to promote critical health and safety behaviors||Unlimited|
|Module 6: The antecedents and consequences of at-risk behaviour||Unlimited|
|Module 7: Behavior-based safety in practice||Unlimited|
|SECTION THREE: BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY PROGRAMS|
|Module 8: What are Behaviour Based Safety Programs?||Unlimited|
|Module 9: Concept of Behavioral safety (BHAV) programs||Unlimited|
|Module 10: Ten things wrong with Behavioral safety (BHAV) programs||Unlimited|
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