BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY TRAINING


As always, the most important safety tool is your brain.

Behavior Based Safety Training
Safety

Employee Involvement: The Key to Safety

Encourage employees in all industries to take an active role in their safety. This program also makes a great addition to any OSHA Process Safety Management program.

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Pro-Active Safety in Action: The Total Quality Approach

Safety training must cover all the bases. Strike out dangers and knock a homerun for safety through the philosophies of Total Quality Safety Management.

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Shiftwork: Circadian Survival

In today’s fast paced world, it is not uncommon for organizations to run more than one shift or workers in certain industries to work longer than the standard eight hour shift. Make sure safety standards are upheld 24-hours a day.

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Pro-Active Safety Attitudes: Target Zero

Aim for the highest safety standards and strive for zero accidents in the workplace. Buzz Aldrin inspires as he explains the leader’s role and value in a Pro-Active Safety program.

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Pro-Active Safety Attitudes: Looking Out For Number One

This unique training features pro-active prevention and protection measures, reenactments of real-life accidents, and interviews with actual workers to solidfy safety training efforts.

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Pro-Active Safety in Action: Accidents Don't Have to Happen

Pro-Active Safety depends on the cooperation of all employees and managers. This inspirational training will help establish safeguards and standards as well as keep everyone on the same page with regards to safety.

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Responsibility

A series of workplace scenarios illustrate how employees often blame forces seemingly out of their control for mishaps. This innovative program trains them to ask three questions that can turn them from being RE-active to PRO-active about their safety.

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Patient Safety: Coaching and Teamwork

An excellent training video to help strengthen the collaboration between healthcare staff members. Teaching five essential skills through the C.O.A.C.H. method: Care, Observe, Act, Communicate and Help.

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What Would You Say

Talking with our coworkers about safety can be difficult. We don't want to hurt feelings, but we don't want anyone to get hurt. This training video helps us learn to effectively communicate with our co-workers when we see them behaving unsafely.

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