Behaviour Based Safety In An Injury-Free Culture

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Introduction

Factors for occupational accidents can be technical, organisational or behavioural. The latter one is the factor paving the way for many pre-existing factors to come together and by this the final common pathway for almost all accidents. A behaviour-based safety (BBS) program therefore can be a promising tool to reduce accident rates. However, most at-risk behaviours are supported by the culture and system of a site/company. Hence without integrating a BBS program into an active and living safety culture where all level of employees fulfil their roles and responsibilities, a BBS program can’t deliver the results which are expected and possible. Key success factor for a higher level of occupational health and safety is to understand human behaviour and human actions, how to remove barriers of safe behaviour and how to motivate and activate people to strive towards safe behaviour.

Objective

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Understanding concept, content and advantages of behavior based safety (BBS) program
  • Developing skills to observe and provide feedback regarding safe behavior
  • Learning effective tools for motivation and activation of people
  • Understanding success factors and pitfalls of a behavior based safety (BBS) program
  • Learning about other tolls to create a foundation for an excellent safety culture

Who Should Attend

This course is targeted at Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) professionals who include CEOs, CFOs, MDs, GMs, Heads of OHS, Heads of Risk, Supply Chain Directors, Plant Managersm, Plants Foremans, Directors of Fleet, Site Directors, HSE Team Leaders, Line/Labor Safety Trainers, Safety Superintendents, Directors of Platform Management, Safety Engineers and Fire Engineers

Methodology

In addition to course note, supporting materials will be provided to assist participants back in their workplaces. The supporting materials for this course are printed hand-out for reference.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY
  • HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND ACTIONS
  • CHALLENGES/SAFETY CULTURE ALIGNMENT
  • GATHERING DATA AND INFORMATION
  • FEEDBACK AND COMMUNICATION, PART I
  • MOTIVATION OF EMPLOYEES
  • FEEDBACK AND COMMUNICATION, PART II

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Introduction

Factors for occupational accidents can be technical, organisational or behavioural. The latter one is the factor paving the way for many pre-existing factors to come together and by this the final common pathway for almost all accidents. A behaviour-based safety (BBS) program therefore can be a promising tool to reduce accident rates. However, most at-risk behaviours are supported by the culture and system of a site/company. Hence without integrating a BBS program into an active and living safety culture where all level of employees fulfil their roles and responsibilities, a BBS program can’t deliver the results which are expected and possible. Key success factor for a higher level of occupational health and safety is to understand human behaviour and human actions, how to remove barriers of safe behaviour and how to motivate and activate people to strive towards safe behaviour.

Objective

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Understanding concept, content and advantages of behavior based safety (BBS) program
  • Developing skills to observe and provide feedback regarding safe behavior
  • Learning effective tools for motivation and activation of people
  • Understanding success factors and pitfalls of a behavior based safety (BBS) program
  • Learning about other tolls to create a foundation for an excellent safety culture

Who Should Attend

This course is targeted at Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) professionals who include CEOs, CFOs, MDs, GMs, Heads of OHS, Heads of Risk, Supply Chain Directors, Plant Managersm, Plants Foremans, Directors of Fleet, Site Directors, HSE Team Leaders, Line/Labor Safety Trainers, Safety Superintendents, Directors of Platform Management, Safety Engineers and Fire Engineers

Methodology

In addition to course note, supporting materials will be provided to assist participants back in their workplaces. The supporting materials for this course are printed hand-out for reference.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY
  • HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND ACTIONS
  • CHALLENGES/SAFETY CULTURE ALIGNMENT
  • GATHERING DATA AND INFORMATION
  • FEEDBACK AND COMMUNICATION, PART I
  • MOTIVATION OF EMPLOYEES
  • FEEDBACK AND COMMUNICATION, PART II

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Volker Mann
Biodata: Volker Mann is a professional trainer and a coach who specializes in areas of occupational health and safety. As an active yoga instructor, he believes that everybody can propagate a healthy lifestyle through improving one's personal health. With his passion to share knowledge and motivate people, Volker continues to provide a series of training programs and workshops that encourage employees and organizations to feed on a positive work attitude and organizational effectiveness. His Ph. D in Mechanical and Chemical Engineering, as well as his military service, improved his Maintenance skills and Safety and Health function. His key areas of technical expertise include health and environment, safety and engineering, but he also deals with other subjects like positive thinking, diet and nutrition

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