Why is This Course Unique?
Weak supervisors allow repeat human errors to occur in the workplace. Research has shown that weak supervisors account for about 76% of worker's human errors in the groups they supervise. Moreover, as much as 20 days per year is spent correcting human errors and responding to the consequences of human errors. This course teaches supervisors how to effectively reduce human errors in the workplace by recognizing and mitigating error traps. By strengthening the supervisor's skillset, worker's human error rates drop substantially.
Benefits of This Course:
The techniques learned in this course will enable both supervisor's and their workers to reduce human errors and injuries in the workplace. Less errors significantly improves the productivity and job satisfaction of both the supervisor and the worker, and translates into higher organizational morale at all levels.
Topics Covered in This Course:
- All error traps and their characteristics
- How to conduct morning meetings to determine the error traps for the specific day
- How to conduct pre-job meetings to determine the error traps for the specific day
- How to conduct safety meetings to determine the error traps for the specific day
- How to mitigate the identified error traps
- How to maintain established safety standards
- How to hold workers accountable without punitive actions