Tuesday 2 May 2023, 16:00-16:45 (UTC/GMT+2 or CEST)
Languages: Simultaneous interpretation in English, French, German and Spanish (Simultaneous interpretation – Frequently asked questions)
People make countless decisions every day, most of them unconsciously, without time-consuming consideration and rational analysis. Nudges can help employees to make safe and healthy decisions without restricting their freedom. Nudging is a method that originally comes from behavioural economics. Simply put, nudges are small environmental cues that prompt people to make a particular decision by tapping into human motivators – often in the form of visual or auditory cues.
Register for this second webinar in the "Let's talk about OSH" series organized by the ISSA Special Commission on Prevention.
|Valeria Terlevi, Consultant engineer specialised in prevention and leader of the CIER-INECO agreement on behavioural sciences and neurosciences applied to occupational health and safety in the electricity sector, Argentina
|Dr Azlan Darus, Public health specialist, Occupational health physician and Head of the Prevention, Medical and Rehabilitation Division in the Social Security Organization (PERKESO), Malaysia
This webinar will examine the following questions:
- What is nudging?
- What are practical examples of nudges in occupational safety and health?
- How do you develop a nudge? And how do you take cultural aspects into account?
- Welcome by Bernd Treichel, ISSA
- Nudging experience from Argentina
- Nudging experience from Malaysia
- Q&A – Discussion
|Moderated by Bernd Treichel, Senior Technical Specialist in Social Security (Prevention), ISSA
The webinar is open to delegates of ISSA member organizations and invited institutions as well as all persons interested in the topic without registration fees.