SA

Situational Awareness

£180.00

Student Instructor Ratio 12/1

IHF’s experienced trainers guide delegates through a number of SA hazard risks and how to recognise them.

Situational Awareness (SA) is the perception of the elements in the environment within time and space, the comprehension of their meaning and the projection of their status in the near future (Dr Mica Endsley). A loss of SA or poor general SA can lead to hazards in a variety of ways including:
  • Endangering personnel working around you.
  • Endangering yourself.
  • Forgetting or not passing on information.
  • Missing Information.
  • Misinterpreting information.
This course aims to inform delegates of risk factors affecting SA and what they can do to help themselves and their teams from a variety of risk factors.
WHAT TO EXPECT ON THE DAY?
IHF’s experienced trainers guide delegates through a number of SA hazard risks and how to recognise them. Through multiple years of experience, IHF has built up a strong understanding of how company culture and bias contributes to risk factors, including a number of supporting case studies.
Our trainers are in an excellent position to engage delegates in discussions helping to identify root causes of SA failings. This experience in a number of industries allows us to pick case studies and interactive activities that support your company and industry.