Webinar: How to Get Employees to Stop Taking Unnecessary Risks


According to ISO 45001: 2018, as security leaders we must promote awareness in our teams about good security practices, however, despite our efforts, we continue to see how some workers take unnecessary risks … why? What should be our sensitization strategy? How should we control the human element in security? This Thursday, May 24th at 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, there is programmed the webinar “How to Get Employees to Stop Taken Unnecesary Risks” presented by OH&S

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) says: “Every organization is on a safety maturity curve, striving toward improved risk management and safety performance. To guide us along the journey and move us forward, we develop rules and regulations, implement processes and procedures, create safeguards and deliver training. Despite all of the systems, equipment and training, we are still willing to take risks. Why do we take unnecessary risks? The answers lie in our motivations, our mindsets, and even, in our emotions. New research in the areas of neuroscience and affective psychology details the role that feelings and emotions play in our decision-making process”

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With this webinar we’ll learn:

  • The human element in safety
  • What is The Risk Factor?
  • Why choose The Risk Factor?
  • Implementing The Risk Factor
  • A case study

Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Magazine won an American Society of Business Press Editors (ASBPE) Western Region award in 2008 for its January 2007 75th Anniversary Special Section. The magazine won in the category for magazines of 80,000 circulation or more. Do you like to know more about OH&S? Please access here

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