Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
noodleStream.com, the maker of SafetySkills® has announced the release of their Behavior Based Safety course. This course provides general awareness on the basic concepts behind behavior-based safety, the components of the safety triad, and recognizes the importance of identifying at-risk behaviors. Behavior-based safety is a new concept in the safety industry that focuses on reducing at-risk behaviors in the workplace through observation and feedback. William Heinrich, creator of the behavior-based safety model, concluded that approximately 88 per cent of all workplace accidents are due to unsafe worker behavior. Behavior-based safety is a science-based approach to preventing workplace accidents by observing workers in everyday operations and providing positive reinforcement or motives for change. This system often takes time to implement and integrate into a corporation’s overall culture, but once it is successfully implemented, it can help prevent accidents. After successful completion of this course, the Learner will be able to identify the basic concepts behind behavior-based safety, the components of the safety triad, and recognize the importance of identifying at-risk behaviors. The Learner should also be able to identify the steps of a behavior-based analysis and identify how to implement a behavior-based system in the workplace.
The SafetySkills® team has designed, developed and deployed a powerfully easy SCORM-compliant learning management system with nearly 300 affordable courses. Their customers vary from oil and gas companies, municipalities, healthcare, food service, manufacturing, biotech, insurance companies and more. SafetySkills® courses provide a front of the seat safety training experience. Courses include 3D animations, simulations and complex navigation structures designed to demonstrate the concepts, engage the learner and ensure comprehension and retention of the course materials presented. All of SafetySkills® courses and learning management system are designed, built and maintained here in the United States.
For more information visit http://safetyskills.com/.