The Psychology of Safety Handbook
Since 1993, when it began implementing Geller's safety achievement process, a large nuclear facility has decreased its lost workdays 85 percent and its total recordable case rate 30 percent! Scott Geller's Total Safety Culture has given these employees the tools to change their behavior and drive the safety improvement process at this facility.
And now, in E. Scott Geller's The Psychology of Safety: How to Improve Behaviors and Attitudes on the Job, you can learn how to apply these proven, research-based principles to your safety problems. Geller explains the process you can use to increase safe behaviors and positive attitudes.
Research comparisons reveal informative ranking of approaches to reduce work injuries.
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