FORMATION OF ENTERPRISE EMPLOYEES’ RISK-ORIENTED THINKING OF SAFE WORK
Purpose – to create online-content from cascading tasks for developing the skill of rapid hazard identification in the workplace. The analysis and generalization of information sources is used, method of situational analysis, method of content analysis and comparative method of psychological security of an individual are applied. Findings. It is established that for the formation of competencies for providing enterprise employees’ safety it is necessary to stimulate the development of appropriate psychomotor processes related to the instinct of self-preservation. which involves the formation of a conscious attitude to safety during manufacturing activities; formation of prospective employees’ skills to identify potential workplace hazards. Scientific novelty is that to change the attitude of employees to safety regulations during manufacturing activities, it is necessary to ensure the formation of employees’ conscious attitude to the safety of the production process through the formation of situational awareness of potential hazards of the production process. Practical value. The essence of the approach of situational awareness of potential dangers of the production process. Training employees’ on the developed online-content from cascading tasks will allow meaningfully and with an understanding of the development of the situation to determine possible cumulative actions during the production process. Originality of the work consists in developing the online content aimed at finding and identifying hazards in the workplace through understanding and awareness of the situation to shape the worldview of risk- oriented thinking.
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