Work always involves humans. Human are complex and their behaviour is the results of interaction between and within internal and external factors. This course will introduce usage of behaviour-based safety as a scientific tool for behaviour change. The course will review the relationship between behaviour, attitudes, culture, and systems and explain how behaviour-based fits into the hierarchy of control. Underlying concepts related to performance management and a powerful tool (ABC analysis) is learned and applied to understanding behaviour and to developing a change plan. Overall, the course provides a clear understanding of how attitudes, cultures, and systems influence or affect behaviour, and focuses on understanding how successful behavioural change efforts really work. Effective leadership and involvement are seen as the cornerstone to success in promoting a positive safety culture. This course also will introduce current thinking on safety leadership and supervision models and strategies relevant to health and safety at work.