Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) is a bottom-up approach (frontline employees),with top-down support from safety leaders. A behavior-based safety approach promotes interventions that are people-focused and often incorporate one-to-one or group observations of employees performing routine work tasks, setting goals carefully and giving timely feedback on safety-related behavior, coaching and mentoring. The initiatives have a proactive focus, encouraging individuals and their work groups to consider the potential for incident involvement, (accidents) and to assess their own behavior as safe or unsafe always, no matter what.
Within BBS, behavior is explained in terms of the ABC model (Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence).
|A stimulus or event that occurs before a behavior in time. This stimulus or event may result in the behavior. Work examples include goals, policies, training, job aids, guides||Anything that we can see an individual do, or say||A stimulus or event that occurs after a behavior in time. This consequence could increase or decrease behavior in the future, depending on its reinforcing or punishing properties. Work examples include feedback, recognition, task completion, goal achievement, rewards.|
The benefits of BBS include:
ErgoProlipsis is one of the first companies to design, implement and evaluate BBS systems in companies in Greece and abroad.
Specially trained associates undertake: