Session Description A recent study indicates that 25% of incidents had “failure to see” as a contributing factor. Experienced employees can operate on auto-pilot, often repeating the same tasks day in and day out. As a result, they miss hazards of all kinds. For many organizations, hazard identification efforts suffer from unintentional blindness that can lead to a failure to see hazards. This session shares learning through the use of visual literacy principles to effectively prioritize and implement risk mitigation.
Learning Objectives: 1. Describe how to apply visual literacy principles to effectively prioritize and implement risk mitigation.
2. Identify strategies and techniques to ensure you don't miss key data and potential risks.
3. Explain how to use a common language to accurately describe hazards and risks that occur in the field.
Chairman & Managing Director,
COVE: Center for Visual Expertise
Credits: None available.
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