Behavior Based Safety (BBS) has been widely implemented to improve safety culture and prevent Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIFs). Results have shown transformational leaps in performance when well implemented and operationalized.
Using behavioral checklists to guide immediate coaching conversations that recognize safe choices and redirect risky behaviors, the best Behavior Based Safety (BBS) programs rapidly reduce the occurrences of unsafe behaviors, increase safety ownership and guides improvement efforts.
Unfortunately, traditional Behavior Based Safety (BBS) programs often lead to plateaus in performance once early improvements have been made or don’t drive the highest potential outcomes, particularly in reducing Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIFs). This occurs because most Behavior Based Safety (BBS) programs fail to: