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Accident prevention within your company starts with knowing your employees’ attitudes toward creating a safe work environment.
The Training Needs Analysis (TNA-Safe) assesses a person’s risk probability of accidents or injury.
The assessment uses simple workplace and life experiences to measure an individual’s overall safety awareness and individual potential risk areas.
TNA assesses the following categories.
- Safety control – how much control a person believes they have over their own and others’ personal safety
- Risk avoidance – a measure of an individual’s ability to perceive a safety risk and distinguish between a constructive risk and a destructive risk
- Stress tolerance – measures how aware an individual is of their stress levels and how effectively they can cope with it
- Driver attitude – attitude to safe driving practises
- Quality orientation – measures focus on quality control, personal skills, desire to correct errors, and commitment to improvement
Additional scales complete the TNA assessment to ensure fairness and that individuals are not discriminated against because of poor literacy, comprehension or cultural bias.
The TNA-Safe report provides an individual’s overall safety awareness and potential risk areas. It’s a useful tool to identify ongoing support, provide feedback for post-crash de-briefs, and evaluate training programmes.
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This assessment tool is a tool to help your business manage risk. It should not be relied on to satisfy compliance with any legal and other health and safety obligations.Go back