«Rules are made to be broken».
Long ago there was a very popular fridge magnet with this phrase. And it’s probably very right for innovators and inventors to look at the world differently, to break what’s accepted, and to offer a completely new product.
In ordinary life, there are rules that have to be followed. Often — vitally necessary. Why do we break something that protects us from very unpleasant consequences?
What prevents employees of companies from complying with health and safety requirements?
And why do each of us, personally, do things that are bad for our health and our lives?
The aim of this course is to help build healthy and safe attitudes in employees and weed out the unnecessary ones.
The course teaches us to distinguish between helpful and harmful attitudes that influence our behavior and actions. Talks about the pattern of breaking down other people’s attitudes. Tells us how not to fall into the trap of positive thinking and face both positive and negative thoughts.
The course includes practice and clear examples from everyday life on how to build and ingrain new attitudes.
Objectives of this course:
Understand and see your emotions and their impact on your actions and habits;
Distinguish the dangers of positive thinking;
Schemes for breaking down harmful or alien attitudes;
Practice in forming attitudes of health;
Practice in shaping attitudes of safety.
The outcome of this course:
Employees create and maintain attitudes that increase safety and health in daily and work life.
SCORM 1.2 / 2004
No time limits on use
No limit is set on the number of Participants