Improve hazard recognition with visual literacy
COVE (Center of Visual Expertise) is hosting two virtual workshops in June
In an ongoing effort to share the importance of Visual Literacy and to improve safety performance, COVE (Center of Visual Expertise) is offering a NEW Virtual Visual Literacy Workshop. This workshop will introduce Visual Literacy concepts along with a selection of exercises and activities similar to those conducted in COVE’s two-day Foundations of Visual Literacy workshop held in Toledo, Ohio. Learn more about Visual Literacy and how you can become more effective in seeing the things that are right in front of us.
Key workshop takeaways
Understanding Visual Literacy, and Increasing your Awareness of Bias
- Once you see something, it is hard to remember what is was like not to see it.
- Sometimes, you cannot see what is in front of you, even if you know it is there.
- You are always filling in the blanks based on what you expect to be there.
Real applications where Learning to See can help to keep people safe such as:
- Hazard Recognition
- Incident investigation
- Risk assessment
Dates: June 10 or June 23, 2020
Time: 2PM-4PM ET