Behavioural Safety in Mining

Adopting a behaviour based safety programme further protects a company’s most valuable resource – its employees – whilst having a positive impact on productivity.  As injuries decrease, employee morale increases which allows more cooperation and efficiency throughout the company.  Instead of focusing on accidents, failure and punishment, employees focus on safe behaviours and work toward their own safety goals.

Who should attend?

  • Management
  • Supervisors
  • Foremen

What will I learn?

  • How to identify all safety hazards
  • Looking at how human performance issues can affect safety in the workplace 
  • The application of the hierarchy of control to prevent identified hazards from occurring or minimising their consequences if they do
  • The availability of accurate operating procedures for all eventualities, including process upsets and emergencies
  • How to ensure operators are fully prepared to deal with any situation on site
  • Documenting lessons to be learnt from the site, company and industry experience
  • Reviewing safety management arrangements and risk control measures to ensure that they remain usable and relevant

How will I benefit?

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Apply Behavioural Safety theory to practice in the workplace
  • Demonstrate how the concepts and principles of behavioural safety can be applied in a mining environment
  • Better communicate concepts and principles to work colleagues
  • Understand how culture, attitude and behaviours impact on workplace safety
  • Develop ideas to reduce workplace accidents and improve company performance
  • Collate and interpret detailed data
  • Know what the requirements of the behavioural safety management committee are
  • Define safe and unsafe behaviour

What's included?

  • Training course notes
  • Certificate
  • 6 CPD hours accredited by the Institute of Quarrying. 

Contact us

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Anna Murphy

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