Personal Factors in Safety
Staying in control of any situation requires flexibility and making the most of the things you can control. There are many things that you DON'T have control over. For example, when you are driving, that could be the condition of the road or the actions other drivers may take. But you DO have control over YOUR decisions and YOUR actions. In this course, you will learn about personal factors that may affect your decisions. These are experience, judgment, stress, fatigue and communication.
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- Recognize how experience can have positive and negative effects on safety.
- Recall factors that affect our judgment.
- Identify the effects of stress and fatigue.
- Recall ways to counter the effects of stress and fatigue.
- Identify communication strategies to improve safety.
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