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Behavioral Based Safety

This course challenges students to learn theory and apply behavioral safety. Research shows people-centered efforts are most effective at reducing injury vs. traditional methods. This course explores factors influencing everyday worker behavior and identifies how behavior can be changed systematically, in a positive, supportive way, keeping workers safe. Prerequisites: Safety or Construction Safety majors/minors only. SAFE 214 or SAFE 303, or permission of the instructor. Fall, Spring.

Section: SAFE-306-01
Credits: 4
Faculty: Brian B Bohannon
Days: M
Times: 6:00PM‑9:45PM (M)
Start/End Date: 01/21/20 - 05/08/20
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning

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