Behaviour Based Safety - Facilitator : Dr. Earl Blair
Program code: ASSP Workshop
Behavior-Based Safety has evolved over the years. This workshop will discuss what BBS is and what it is not. Strategies for best practices and practical application of BBS in the workplace will be described and illustrated with case studies. Topics include handling barriers to successful BBS implementation, developing safety coaching observation and feedback skills, leadership roles in effective BBS, selecting measurement priorities for BBS, and sustaining the process over time. The workshop is designed to be interactive with meaningful activities, analysis of relevant case studies, and practical application of the concepts covered.
• Introduce effective strategies for successful implementation of BBS • Discuss safety coaching techniques for observation and feedback • Explore barriers and potential solutions to BBS implementation • Explain leadership’s role in BBS initiatives • Illustrate BBS Principles with Relevant Case Studies • Practical application for sustaining BBS systems
• History of how BBS has evolved and current best practices • Developing safety coaching skills • Identifying and handling barriers to BBS • Leadership’s role in making BBS effective • Selecting best measures for BBS • Exploring relevant BBS case Studies • Keys to sustaining the BBS process
Assessment and Certification
On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive an attendance certificate from American Society of Safety Professionals.
Useful information will be provided for all levels, from those new to BBS as well as those who are already familiar with BBS. • Safety Professionals • Supervisors and Managers • Consultants • All Stake Holders in improving Safety Performance