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Understanding human factors and behaviours

Improve your understanding of human factors in managing health and safety risks

Date
01 October 2024

When managing occupational safety and health (OSH) risks, it is vital to factor in the influence of human behaviour.

Our ‘Understanding human factors and behaviours’ course looks at what drives people, and how this knowledge can be used to improve assessment of potential OSH risks and investigation of incidents.

This half-day introductory course explores a range of theories presented by human factors specialists and organisational psychologists.

When managing occupational safety and health (OSH) risks, it is vital to factor in the influence of human behaviour.

Our ‘Understanding human factors and behaviours’ course looks at what drives people, and how this knowledge can be used to improve assessment of potential OSH risks and investigation of incidents.

This half-day introductory course explores a range of theories presented by human factors specialists and organisational psychologists.

  • Explore the challenges and look at examples.
  • Find out how to use a behavioural model.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 5.5 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Explore the challenges and look at examples.
  • Find out how to use a behavioural model.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 5.5 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Gain a better understanding of human behaviour.
  • Apply this knowledge to OSH assessment and investigation.
  • Learn how to take a proactive approach with early intervention.
  • Gain a better understanding of human behaviour.
  • Apply this knowledge to OSH assessment and investigation.
  • Learn how to take a proactive approach with early intervention.

OSH professionals or anyone interested in the role human psychology plays in risk management.

OSH professionals or anyone interested in the role human psychology plays in risk management.

  • Type

    Online

  • Dates

    01 October 2024
    04 November 2024
    04 December 2024

£120 for IOSH members and non-members (excluding VAT)