Safe Work Behaviour with Brain Based Safety
Nowadays we know much more about the working of the brain, especially how it perceives things, how it decides and how it prepares and performs actions. This book uses that new understanding. It focuses on the question what the brain teaches us about safe work behaviour and which opportunities we have to influence that behaviour. The author offers the reader an innovative insight in the psychology behind the success or failure of many work-related safety measures.
One of the key messages is that behaviour is driven by conscious processes to only a limited extent. Learning and changing isn’t only achieved by talking about it, but rather by doing it together. Explanation is useful but practice makes perfect.
Working from his views on Brain Based Safety, Juni Daalmans illustrates how uns... lees verder