Back to How Brain-Centered Hazards Impact Serious Injury and Fatality Exposures
What You Will Learn
- Explain the primary causes of human errors
- Describe how each Brain-Centered Hazard materializes in the pathway of a serious injury and fatality exposure
- Discuss how it is possible to anticipate, recognize and control each Brain-Centered Hazard in this situation, preventing the onset of the exposure to serious injuries and fatalities
- Review examples of serious injury and fatality situations where multiple Brain-Centered Hazards factored into the exposure
Self-Paced (6-months access to the online course)
Advanced: 10+ years
Our self-paced online courses eliminate travel cost and time and allow you to learn independently while at work, at home or at another convenient location using a computer with audio and internet access. You can enroll in these courses at any time, receive immediate access to the course and assess your progress through instant feedback on quizzes and other learning activities.
Rajni Walia, Ph.D., Vice President, DEKRA
Rajni Walia is a senior leader within DEKRA’s Brain-Centric Reliability™ team, which provides leading-edge solutions that incorporate the latest in applied behavior and neuroscience to help organizations achieve “right first time” results in safety performance and human performance reliability. Walia has more than a decade of experience in performance management, organizational assessment and development, and human error reduction. To foster strong performance reliability, she takes a systemic approach to designing and enhancing workplaces and processes, deeply embedded in applied neuroscience. Walia holds a Ph.D. in Applied Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University, an M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from St. Mary’s University and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas.
Colin Hubanks, Principal Consultant, DEKRA
Colin Hubanks has more than 25 years’ experience managing and developing effective safety and environmental programs for a range of clients and industries. He has pioneered environmental, health and safety programs across several high-risk fields, including mining, manufacturing, and oil and gas. His guidance on behavior-based safety and root-cause analysis extends across employee levels and businesses. Prior to joining DEKRA, Hubanks was environmental health and safety manager for Weir SPM. He holds a degree in business management from LeTourneau University.
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