Most people are not interested at all in safety training. They think it is another mandatory boring training session that they won’t see anything new. That said, it’s not easy to get people fired up about safety if the statistical likelihood that they’ll ever experience another serious injury (if they ever had one before) is very, very low.
There is way more available now in terms of personal injury prevention or critical error reduction technology than ever before. This technology differs from conventional “how to” type safety training in that it doesn’t focus on the type of activity or work and the specific hazards associated with that activity. Rather, this technology focuses on human factors or states that lead to injury causing errors like eyes not on task or mind not on task.
Content details of “Why Nobody Likes Safety Training”
Author: Larry Wilson
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Length: 2 pages
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