Behavior Based Safety (BBS) is the "application of science of behavior change to real world problems". Environment, health, and safety (EHS) managers are always looking for ways that they can mitigate risk, take preventive action against potential hazards and incidents, and improve their company’s overall safety culture. A major problem is that our self-image is usually more positive than the reality. However, if a company is used to regularly organising an employee survey, it is advisable to incorporate safety related questions into this survey. In daily practice most of the leaders already use a number of the described principles, perhaps without realizing it. Risk awareness can also be achieved with the help of experienced colleagues. His original work was in the early development of behavior-based safety. Identification of external factors that will help understand and improve employee behavior. Basic principles of BBS • Behavior is a cause of accidents • Observe – measure – manage • Feedback is essential to improvement • Consequences motivate behavior • Communication is the key • Participation creates ownership • Continuous improvement happens when we work together • Be proactive rather than reactive . Course Hero is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university. Principles of Behavior Based Safety . If we tell our children that they have to go to bed at seven o’clock and they are allowed to play happily until half past seven, we teach our children to disrespect our rules. At an unconscious level we are encouraged to ignore rules as long as trespassing leads to higher efficiency. The safety function rings the alarm bell as soon as a danger has been detected; the efficiency function constantly monitors our energy consumption. Unsafe behavior triggers accidents and injury, resulting in a loss of productivity and workers compensation claims. Behavior-based safety relies on trust between labor and management. Juni Daalmans. We nearly all suffer from some form of overconfidence, especially when it comes to acting safely. They dare to give each other feedback and discuss unsafe behavior. Biology teaches us that we belong to group animals. The acceptance will be especially enhanced when we understand which problems can be prevented and what knowledge or experience is incorporated herein. We are not acting in accordance with them ourselves. In the 1930's, Heinrich reported that about 90% of all accidents involving fatalities, major and minor injuries were caused by "unsafe behavior" by workers. Behavior‐based safety (BBS) focuses on identifying and providing interpersonal feedback for the critical behaviors that may lead to or prevent injury, analyzing the factors that contribute to critical safety‐related behaviors, and developing interventions to increase the frequency of safe and decrease the occurrence of at‐risk behavior. That’s is why we want to take care of ourselves but also of our organization. What helps is to plan work in a way that it can be carried out safely and responds to inevitable variations in a manner that leaves the priority of personal safety intact. • Focus intervention on observable behavior • Looking for external factors to understand/improve behaviors Management is important, but without strong leadership, you can manage all you want, but all you get is a nice set of safety manuals sitting on a shelf collecting dust. 1. This definition of behavior-based safety stems from the fact that in many articles, behavior-based safety is said to have begun with research conducted by Herbert William Heinrich, who worked for Traveler’s Insurance Company in the early thirties. Bullying is the main signal that social safety is not in order. c. Direct behavior with activators or events antecedent to the desired behavior, and motivation of, the employee to behave as desired with incentives and rewards that will follow the desired, d. Focus on the positive consequences that will result from the desired behavior as a way to. Planned interventions with the feelings and attitudes of the individual employee in mind, 8. Identification of external factors that will help understand and improve employee behavior. Intervention that is focused on employee behavior. What is Behavioral Based Safety? Explain the connection between obesity and injuries. The creation of social safety is regarded as a prerequisite in order to make the other six principles possible. In other words, we sometime prioritize our own safety on a lower level than our company’s success. Management is important, but without strong leadership, you can manage all you want, but all you get is a nice set of safety manuals sitting on a shelf collecting dust. For managers the best advice is to set only rules with which others can comply. As risk awareness is always a result of a combination of knowledge and emotion, it can be best achieved via a personal transfer. Depending on your organization’s environment and the risk severity of the job, observations should be conducted on a monthly, weekly or daily basis. This preview shows page 4 - 6 out of 6 pages. The leader plays a crucial role in organizing and testing of this training. This sounds obvious, but unfortunately the reality is often different. Behavior-based safety relies on trust between labor and management. Obviously the greater the number of observations, the more reliable the data is, and the more likely it is that safety behavior will improve. Subsequent studies by DuPont (1956) confirmed Heinrich's contention. Risk awareness, however, only leads to safe behavior when the employee knows which behavior is adequate in preventing or neutralizing the experienced risks.
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