Health & Safety Training
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Behavioural Safety Training Course

behaviorial.jpgRecent studies have shown that around 80-95% of all accidents are triggered by unsafe behaviours.

Your work force may have the right qualifications and plenty of experience, but if they have a poor attitude towards health and safety then accidents are inevitable as attitude affects behaviour.

Course Aim

This training course is designed to provide delegates with an understanding of how attitude, behaviour, communication and worker engagement at all levels can help prevent accidents occurring in the workplace.

Who Should Attend

This behavioural safety training course is aimed at those seeking to gain a clear and practical understanding of how effective behavioural change can be achieved to promote a positive health and safety culture.

The course is intended for Directors, managers, supervisors and operatives.

Content of Course

  • Learning styles
  • The science of the mind
  • Belief based behaviours
  • How we store and retrieve information
  • Making and breaking habits
  • ‘Alpha’ states and levels of consciousness
  • Creating a reminder culture
  • Time –v- risk
  • Motivation techniques
  • Communication skills and positive influences


Upon completion of this course, candidates will be able to:

  • Have an understanding of how the conscious and subconscious mind works
  • Deal with Alpha hazards
  • Define hazards, risks and control measures
  • Understand the relationship between time and risk
  • Communicate with people in order to get the best from them
  • List possible causes of accidents
  • Understand the link between attitude and behaviour
  • Be aware of the costs of poor safety performance
  • Appreciate the benefits of good safety performance

Examination Information

Delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance on successful completion of the practical assessment.

Duration of Course

Half Day - Trainer Led Learning

Contact us to request information on rates and availability on this course.