Behavioural

Safety

Program

Behavioural

Safety Program

COURSE OBJETIVES:

  To enable participants, at the technical and behavioural levels, to work in the behavioural safety field;

  Empower participants to develop diagnoses and interventions for organizational change;

  Integrate the theoretical, practical and experiential methodology to bring the professional closer to the scenarios, tools and management.

  A systemic view of an organization and its organizational culture;

  Intervention proposals adequate to the reality and safety maturity culture;

  Development of result indicators for proposed actions (expected x realized x effectiveness of actions;

  Management of behavioural safety projects.

 

PROGRAM CONTENT 

 

Module 1 – Safety Management Theory and Systems | 16 and 17/08

Evolution of the safety management theory; critical analysis of safety management systems; safety maturity, climate and culture; technology, system and human factor integrated with the management of safety climate culture.

Skills worked: critical thinking, systemic analysis skills, communication, a focus on excellence in results.

 

Module 2 – Andragogy and Efficient Communication | 20 and 21/09

Concept of andragogy applied to safety; proposals for educational actions and effectiveness monitoring; PDCA of the educational process; elaboration of educational actions; effective communication in an andragogic network.

Skills worked: continuous improvement, efficiency in educational processes, active listening.

 

Module 3 – Safety Diagnostics | 18 and 10/19

Climate diagnostics and safety culture (diagnostic possibilities, qualitative research, quantitative research, research planning, diagnosis making, data analysis and reporting; action plan development; project monitoring for a cultural change).

Skills worked: critical analysis, systemic view, structuring efficient action plans.

 

Module 4 – Technology and Innovation on Safety | 22 and 23/11

Safety information technology planning; Applications of Work Safety Technology in the 4.0 Industry, trends in safety technology, innovation applied to safety; mobility applied to safety.

Skills worked: creativity, flexibility and problem solving, critical thinking, systemic and efficient management.

 

Module 5 – Behavioural Observation and Approach | 13 and 14/12

PDCA of the process; implementation and enhancement of the Behavioural Observation and Approach tool; implementation indicators and process indicators.

Skills worked: leadership styles, authority and power, recognition, forward-thinking and feedback.

 

Module 6 – Human Factors and Occurrences’ Investigation and Analysis | 17 and 18/01

PDCA of the process; human aspects on the process of investigation and behavioural analysis; implementation indicators and process indicators.

Skills worked: engagement, motivation and delegation.

 

Module 7 – Management of Organizational Values ​​| 14 and 15/02

An organization driven by values ​​and ethical leadership; organizational bioethics; human values ​​applied to the organization; safety ethics management.

Skills worked: interpersonal skills, judgment and mediation.

 

Module 8 – Consequences Management and Human Reliability | 20 and 21/03

Theories; development of moral maturity; learning/reinforcement and punishment theory; value-based leadership; examples of the management system; execution indicators and process indicators; code of conduct.

Skills worked: communication, active listening and persuasion.

 

Module 9 – Legal Issues | 17 and 18/04

Responsibilities inherent in work accidents, labour governance and work accidents.

Skills worked: communication, active listening and persuasion.

 

Module 10 – Crisis Management | 15 and 16/05

Elements that make up the crisis, roles and responsibilities, crisis management.

Skills worked: communication, active listening and persuasion.

 

Module 11 – Psychosocial Risks | 19 and 20/06

Psychosocial risks concept, psychosocial risk assessment methods, practical applications; management models.

Skills worked: communication, active listening and persuasion.

 

Module 12 – Project Presentation | 17 and 18/07

 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

 

  Start: 16 August 2019 | Duration: 12 months | Modules: 12 of 12 hours each

  Time: Fridays from 6pm to 10pm | Saturdays from 8am to 06pm

  Address: Hotel Intercity Curitiba | Rua Constantino Marochi, 591 – Cabral -Curitiba / PR

  Investment: 12x R$ 641,58 or R$ 7.468,03 upfront.

   Incentives: For group’s registrations [two or more people], consult special conditions at comercial@comportamento.com.br

  Coffee-break and courseware are included on the schedule.

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Rua Dr. Faivre, 750

Sala 204 - Centro

CEP 80.060-140. Curitiba-PR

+55 41 3024-7769 | 99482-1155

Follow our exclusive HSE content as well