Introduction Behaviour-based safety (BBS) is an efficient approach to avoid occupational injuries, and its effect on work culture is spreading worldwide. Sustainability has become the trademark of H&S in the industrial world today, and the most companies are now scrutinising vendors and providers as never before.
The potential internal impact and external credibility of a behaviour-based safety system contribute considerably to sustainability policies.
Help determine behaviour and recognise the purpose and scope of a BBS program
Distinguish between the supervisor and the employee roles and responsibilities.
Determine factors that cause incidents
Find out the best ways to establish a stronger safety culture in their organisation.
Identify the influences on Behaviour.
Determine how to observe Behaviour effectively.
Determine Behaviour support principles.
Specify ways to encourage workers and address the human factor.
Recognize the importance of mindset and how it impacts safety on the job.