A Second Look: Update on Visual Literacy
|Tuesday, March 19, 2019|
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|12:00 PM Eastern||11:00 AM Central|
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Last year, the Campbell Institute introduced the concept of visual literacy for occupational safety in its collaboration with the Center for Visual Expertise (COVE) and Institute member organizations. The purpose of this research collaboration was and is to evaluate the effectiveness of visual literacy training on workplace health and safety outcomes. That is, does "learning to see" improve our ability to identify hazards in the workplace, keeping us safer while on the job? This webinar provides background and preliminary research results of the pilot project for visual literacy launched last year.
Following the presentation, a Q&A session will allow you to get answers directly from the research associate. Access all research from the Campbell Institute:
Joy Inouye is the Research Associate for the Campbell Institute. She has worked on several research topics for the Institute including EHS leading indicators, risk perception, and contractor safety management. She is co-author of a recent journal article on leading indicators research and has co-presented on leading indicators at various conferences in the past year. The research of contractor safety has recently been featured in the BNA Occupational Safety and Health Reporter, the NIOSH Science Blog, and other online safety communities.
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