In one hour, you can measure and develop
safety awareness and minimize organisational and individual
risk while providing participants with a Nationally
This Course in Advanced Safety Awareness
element develops a participant’s attitudinal safety
Participant’s achieve a personal
rational context for understanding their own and each
other’s responsibility for safety behaviour. A
culture of safety awareness is generated by individuals
on-the-job as usual practice providing a foundation
for continuous improvement. Organisations by and through
their people are seen as safety focused and committed.
The primary focus is on the employee
accepting personal responsibility for their own safety
The Course in Advanced Safety Awareness
is nationally recognised and focuses operator drivers
on their personal responsibility for safety and quality
and covers five key attitudes.
PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND CONTROL
Accepting Responsibility for Safety
Rational Thinking and Judgment
RISK AWARENESS AND AVOIDANCE
Developing Risk Perception
Personal Safety Commitment
STRESS AND FATIGUE TOLERANCE
Personal Stress Awareness
Stress Management Strategies
PROFESSIONAL OPERATOR DRIVER
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY ORIENTATION
ASA provides a rational context for employees
to make better safety related choices.
With the introduction of an Advanced
Safety Awareness (ASA) Induction program for new employees
prior to placing them into hazardous environments and
higher risk positions personal
safety awareness can be developed very quickly and efficiently.
ASA provides new or existing employees
with a quick and efficient online personal assessment
and self-coaching session supported by a qualified and
fully trained safety awareness coach (PaQS trained employee
or industry provider).
Employees (drivers for example) are
coached to achieve recognition of their personal ability
and responsibility to exercise personal control of safety
in all environments and situations, regardless of how
innocuous or safe the appearance.
Put simply, ASA provides a rational
“attitudinal” context for drivers to make
better safety related judgments and choices.
As an induction program, ASA has been
shown to be particularly valuable to businesses where
finding enough qualified and skilled employees is a
In Australia, ASA is part of a nationally
recognised training course and has a competency component.
ASA is recognized by many industries and used as an
important component in their overall risk management
and employee development programs.
ASA Induction, prior to driving or
operating heavy vehicles or machinery, is the first,
quickest and easiest step toward reducing human error
and non-compliance accidents and injuries with higher
skilled employees (driver operators).
Ensuring personal safety awareness
with ASA at induction allows the focus to remain on
skills at the point of recruitment.