Welcome to the first installment of Frick and Frack's safety blog. This isn't your typical safety video. We're here to teach through entertainment! Sit back, relax, and fear not when your boss walks in on you watching videos... again. This time you were brushing up on your safety skills.
This Month: Why Do People Engage In Reckless Behavior On The Job Site?
Many of us can discern when someone else is (or isn't) being safe. So often we find ourselves asking, "what were they thinking?!" In this video we break down three reasons someone might behave in a reckless manner:
- Hazard Recognition
- Hazard Identification
- Risk Tolerance
Ready for the show? Just click play below and enjoy!
We hope you had as much fun watching this video as we did making it. We're betting for the first time ever you're excited about safety training. Well, you're in luck. Over the next 10 months you can look forward to regular features in our safety video blog covering the "10 Factors That Affect Risk Tolerance." Here's what we've got so far:
- Overestimating Capability or Experience
- Beware of Familiarity with a Task
- Seriousness of the Outcome
- Voluntary Actions and Being in Control
- Personal Experience With An Outcome
While we make these videos entertaining so you'll watch them, we know safety is serious business. That's why we've put all of this information in one convenient safety eBook that you can download today. Brush up on your construction site safety so you can survive until next month, when we'll cover Overestimating Capability or Experience.