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.