Date(s) - 04/06/2017
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Red Lion Hotel and Conference Center
Track No Tracks
Behavior-Based Safety is a component of Human Performance–An Organizational Learning Enterprise
Human error is normal, a natural part of being human and in one form or another, is the primary reason for events in industry. Human error is often provoked by conflicting management and leadership practices, weaknesses in the organization, processes, and culture and the behaviors of the individuals in the organization. Understanding human error helps one recognize complexities and limitations to performance. As one begins to understand the dynamics of the organization and the individual capabilities of the individuals that make up the organization, organizational learning can begin. With ongoing attention and focus of organizational and personal limitations and the lessons of day-to-day events, an organization can one day be that of an Organizational Learning Enterprise.
Course will introduce the Idaho National Laboratory’s (INL) Behavior-Based Safety process and as a component of Human Performance has become an Organizational Learning Enterprise that has supported bringing about the INL’s lowest injury/illness rates in history.
Registrations are closed for this event.
NOTE: We do not have the manpower to make changes to your schedule or to track “wait lists” this year. If a class is full, please come to the registration desk at class time and folks will be added on a first come, first served basis as space permits. Please, do not be late for your class (your spot will be filled) and please DON’T be a “No Show.” Also, please make sure you print your classes after you register. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address you provide during account registration. In order to check your class schedule, log in using your username and password and navigate to My Classes. If you cannot remember your classes, please come to the registration desk for your packet the first day of Safety Fest.