Behavior-based Safety (BBS) What is behavior-based safety? Reflects a proactive approach to safety and health management Reflects a proactive approach to injury
prevention 1a What is behavior-based safety? Focuses on at-risk behaviors that can lead to injury Focuses on safe behaviors that can
contribute to injury prevention BBS is an injury prevention process 1b Implementation phases of BBS Phase 1 - assess the safety culture
Phase 2 - educate and train team leaders 2a Implementation phases of BBS Phase 3 - educate and train
employees about the principles, tools, and implementation strategies Phase 4 - monitor the progress 2b The corporate safety culture
Develop a clear safety mission and goals Communicate the vision and goals Enable each area to attain its own safety goals 3a
The corporate safety culture Encourage individual participation Empower employees to set and achieve their own goals
Foster mutual respect and support 3b The Safety Triad 4a Critical behaviors and barriers to safety At-risk behaviors that lead to serious
injury or fatality At-risk behaviors that could lead to serious injury or fatality At-risk behaviors that lead to a large number of minor injuries or near misses 5a
Critical behaviors and barriers to safety At-risk behaviors that could contribute to a large number of injuries because many people perform a given task Safe behaviors that need to occur consistently in order to prevent personal injury
5b Motivation Motivation is built on a solid corporate culture 6a Motivation Some examples of motivational
influences that can take precedence over motivation include: an individuals self worth a secure work environment desire for achievement 6b Motivation Some examples of motivational influences that can take
precedence over motivation include: desire for recognition how employees feel about their jobs in general 6c Motivation Lack of motivation often centers around attitudinal problems
Address the motivational influences to increase energy and enthusiasm 6d Motivation Key motivational points include: asking employees for their input holding morale-building meetings
providing employees with the tools they need to do their work recognizing personal needs 6e Motivation Key motivational points include: providing employees with challenging tasks privately recognizing employees for good work
fostering a sense of community at your facility 6f The DO IT process Define behaviors Observe behaviors Intervene Test the intervention 7a Principles of behavior-based safety
Focus intervention on observable behavior Look for external factors to understand/improve behaviors Direct with activators and motivate with consequences
8a Principles of behavior-based safety Focus on positive consequences to motivate behavior Apply the scientific method to improve intervention
8b Principles of behavior-based safety Use theory to integrate information, not to limit possibilities Design interventions with consideration of internal feelings
and attitudes 8c Summary Behavior-based safety Reflects a proactive approach to safety and health management Reflects a proactive approach to injury prevention
9a Summary Behavior-based safety Focuses on at-risk behaviors that can lead to injury Focuses on safe behaviors that can contribute to injury prevention
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