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Procore Safety Qualified: The Cultural Change of Prioritizing Safety
Note about the Final Quiz:
After completing the course content you will take the final quiz. You'll need to answer 8/10 (80%) of the questions correctly in order to pass this course. If you do not receive a score of 80%, click "Retake Quiz" to try again.
In an industry tasked with achieving remarkably high levels of productivity and efficiency, prioritizing safety requires a cultural restructuring. Effectively communicating the importance of safety to your team can be challenging, but it can also be life-saving. In this course, you will learn how to improve and support a culture of safety within your company. It may seem like the majority of accidents are impossible to prevent, but with a deeper understanding of why we make mistakes on the job, how to better identify risks, and how to better communicate those risks, we are all capable of building safer teams and avoiding accidents.
- Understand the positive impact that building a strong safety culture can have on the well- being of your workers.
- Identify how mistakes are made on the job and learn how to mitigate them.
- Learn how to reinforce safe behavior on your team with the right incentives and rewards.
- Discover how to best establish the shared value of safety at your company.
Continuing Education Credit:
This course has been approved by these organizations and associations.
Course Title: Procore Safety Qualified: The Cultural Change of Prioritizing Safety
Course Number: PC-358
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 1 AIA LU
Procore's Continuing Education courses may fulfill state licensing requirements. When a course is completed, a certificate of completion is provided. It is up to the construction professional to submit their certificates of completion to their state licensing board to request credit for participating in a Procore Continuing Education course.