CONTROLLING HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS
Hazards lurk everywhere, whether it's something as minor as stubbing your toe on a table leg or something as major as electrocuting yourself on a live power line. When you work in a high-hazard environment, it is imperative that you and your employees are able to recognize and control hazards.
Controlling Hazardous Situations looks at ways to recognize hazards and control them before they become incidents. The program goes over the unsafe actions and conditions that can lead to incidents and ends with scenarios to practice recognition and control techniques.Learning objectives:
What Causes Incidents?
- Direct Causes
- Indirect Causes
- Root Causes
- Unsafe Acts
- Unsafe Conditions
- Correct and Incorrect Techniques
- Four major methods of controlling hazards
- How getting away with an unsafe act leads to more unsafe acts
- Following procedure every time
- The importance of management and employees working together
- Understanding the role of employees and supervisors