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How ‘Learning to See’ Benefits Occupational Safety

Learn more about Visual Literacy and how Owens Corning uses it to improve Hazard recognition. This is a jointly facilitated webinar from the Campbell Institute and Owens Corning.

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The Application of Visual Literacy to your Safety Programs

Research in visual literacy shows that people may miss as much as 90% of what they are looking at. This is the case whether we are driving, reading, viewing a piece of art or just generally going about our everyday lives. Given this gap, how do we function in our everyday lives?

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Your brain is filling the blanks.  Don’t believe us?  Try this…

At any given moment, you are only seeing 10% of what you think you are seeing.  That means the other 90% of what appears in your visual field is being “generated” by your brain.  Some of that infill is being drawn from memory, and some of it is being drawn from other sensory experiences.

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Visual Literacy and Campbell Institute Research Study

COVE has partnered with the Campbell Institute of the National Safety Council on a long-term research study to assess the impact of Visual Literacy training on Hazard assessment and recognition. COVE is providing visual literacy training for each of the participating organizations – AES, Cummins, Owens Corning and USG. Campbell Institute researchers then will determine […]

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Welcome to COVE

We are delighted to share with you the creation of COVE – the Center of Visual Expertise. In the coming weeks and months, we will share more about how our expertise in Visual Literacy can help transform the performance of your operations. For now, we hope you will enjoy our website and learning more about […]

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