By Sphera’s Editorial Team | April 11, 2019

Human Behaviors as Root Causes of Industry Incidents

Human behavior and human performance management have been widely accepted as integral elements of an effective incident prevention program. Specific behaviors observed during incidents, from entry- to executive-level personnel and across most hazardous industries will be discussed in this webinar as potential root causes of industry incidents.

Sphera’s seasoned Operational Risk consultant, Narenderpal Marwaha, will build on Sphera’s other webinars on these topics, including “Understanding Human Error and Behaviors” and “Building a True Safety Culture – Orient, Measure, and Report (Human Performance)”, to further the understanding of how a certain pattern of causal behaviors impacts occupational health and safety performance.

Webinar details:

In this webinar, you will learn about:

Anatomies (causes and effects) of some well-studied industrial incidents to see how individual and group behaviors at different levels of the organization contribute to an incident.
Requirements outlined in occupational health and safety management system standards such as BS OHSAS 18001, AS/NZS 4801 and draft ISO 45001 (expected publication in March 2018) are designed to help counteract these causal behaviors across the organization.

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