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The Complacency Avoidance in Safety Awareness for Manufacturing course from ClickSafety is an introductory-level online training designed to identify, recognize, and mitigate complacency in the workplace. Because complacency can lead to serious hazards, injuries, and death, this training teaches participants the nature of complacency and how to avoid it.
Throughout this course, participants can expect to understand how complacency and human behavior are connected, as well as identify the small steps and issues that may lead to larger ones. By learning these, participants can help create a safer Manufacturing workplace.
ClickSafety’s Complacency Avoidance in Safety Awareness for Manufacturing training teaches participants to identify, recognize, and mitigate complacency in the workplace. Specific course topics include the following:
The definition of complacency and how it relates to human behavior among workers
Nine motivating factors in the workplace
14 Common causes of worker complacency
Nine common solutions to worker complacency
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The Complacency Avoidance in Safety Awareness for Manufacturing course is designed for all those in the Manufacturing workplace. Individuals who may specifically benefit from this training include the following:
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ClickSafety’s Complacency Avoidance in Safety Awareness for Manufacturing training is an introductory-level online course designed to be taken at the participant’s individual pace in about 60 minutes. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Define complacency and how it relates to human behavior among workers
Understand nine motivating factors in the workplace
Recognize 14 common causes of worker complacency
Describe nine common solutions to worker complacency
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