Utility Safety Basics For Supervisors (Part 4 of 6)
Utility Safety Basics For Supervisors (Part 4 of 6)MECA2016-11-17T16:47:35-05:00
“Safety Management and Human Performance Principles” is the fourth course in a 6-part series being completed over a 3-year period. Each participant has committed to the full 6-course series.
This fourth course in the Utility Safety Basics for Supervisors series is designed to provide supervisors with a general understanding of Human Performance. Why do serious events occur when employees are trained and know their job? This course will provide details along with tools and improvement strategies for event reduction. Topics covered include:
What is “human performance” in today’s electric utility?
How events occur: human error, organizational weaknesses and individual mistakes
Why employees take unnecessary risks
How events impact operational performance
Effective safety coach vs. safety cop
Motivating employees to work safely (even when no one is watching)
Establishing barriers and safeguards to mitigate the effects of human errors
Human performance improvement strategies
Our instructor, Pam Tompkins, is president and CEO of SET Solutions, LLC. Pam has worked in the electric utility industry for over 33 years, including 13 years as a leading industry consultant. She is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP), a Certified Utility Safety Administrator (CUSA) and an authorized OTI (OSHA Training Institute) instructor. Pam is a frequent speaker throughout the U.S. and internationally on electrical safety compliance and industry “best practices,” and is a regular contributor for iP (Incident Prevention) magazine.
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