Behaviour Based Safety ( BBS) is a program to positively reinforce safe practices by proactively identifying unsafe behavioural patterns in workers and ensuring timely interventions are in place to continuously encourage individuals or groups to conform to EHS best practices. BBS focuses on reducing hazards, risks, and incidents by observing a person’s behaviour and determining what follows when this behaviour occurs. It involves analysing the consequences of a particular behaviour and providing proper reinforcement for a desired behaviour.
The five day instructor led face to face training addresses the behaviours of management and employees and its impact on an organisation’s safety culture. Participants will learn about the different roles and responsibilities between the supervisor and the employee, how to identify factors that can cause incidents, as well as identify the influences of behavior. Moreover, participants will learn how to get to know and motivate their team members.
Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:
This instructor led training is delivered using presentations, guided sessions of practical exercise and group work.
You will have the opportunity to interact with our experienced facilitator who will bring professional and research expertise into their teaching.
Participants will be required to participate in various case studies. Assessment will be by pre and post tests as well as an assignment.
Successful candidates will be awarded a certificate of Training from ASSP-MEC, Credit CEU 2.4