Takes a step-by-step, proactive look at how to use behaviour-based psychology to improve health and safety. Packed with illustrative drawings, exemplary case studies, and anecdotes, this book provides the principles and procedures you need to increase the quality and quantity of actively caring behaviour in you organisation and community. You'll learn how to create a total safety culture.
Pt. I. Orientation and alignment -- Ch. 1. Choosing the right approach -- Ch. 2. Starting with theory -- Ch. 3. Paradigm shifts for total safety -- Pt. II. Human barriers to safety -- Ch. 4. The complexity of people -- Ch. 5. Sensation, perception, and perceived risk -- Ch. 6. Stress vs. distress -- Pt. III. Behavior-based psychology -- Ch. 7. Basic principles -- Ch. 8. Identifying critical behaviors -- Ch. 9. Behavioral safety analysis -- Pt. IV. Behavior-based intervention -- Ch. 10. Intervening with activators -- Ch. 11. Intervening with consequences -- Ch. 12. Intervening as a behavior-change agent -- Ch. 13. Intervening with supportive conversation -- Pt. V. Actively caring for safety -- Ch. 14. Understanding actively caring -- Ch. 15. The person-based approach to actively caring -- Ch. 16. Increasing actively caring behaviors -- Pt. VI. Putting it all together -- Ch. 17. Promoting high-performance teamwork -- Ch. 18. Evaluating for continuous improvement.
Contents Note Ch. 19. Obtaining and maintaining involvement -- Ch. 20. Reviewing the principles.