Behavioural Causes of Accidents:
For use in toolbox talks, safety meetings and safety training sessions.
Almost all accidents have behavioural causes. But it’s often difficult to identify them.
Now you have a resource that you can use to help your people see clearly and quickly the behaviours that could contribute to accidents and hurt them.
After analysing hundreds of incidents and accidents, Dr Bill Robb of Safety Improvers has prepared colourful, easy-to-understand PDFs, for use in safety meetings and toolbox talks.
Here is a sample:
Each volume contains behavioural analyses of incidents ranging from the use of life boats to working at height and from using machinery to driving vehicles.
You do not have to be a psychologist to use the PDFs – here’s how:
It’s easy to order
The fee for each volume is $67.97 (about £52) – a very cost-effective way to get 10 topics for use in safety meetings and tool box talks and make sure your people understand how their behaviours can hurt them.
When you click the “Get your set” you’ll go through to the secure Clickbank site. When your card payment is accepted, you’ll see a “thank you” page where you can immediately download the volume and get a free copy of Adobe Reader, if you don’t already have it.
10 analyses on lifting, confined space and lifeboats
10 analyses on hands/fingers/face, falling and loading trucks
10 analyses on Communication, domestic task and the gym