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Behavior Based Safety
LO1: Define what behavior based safety is and why it is important
LO2: Define what behavior is and describe the influence of reinforcement on safety
LO3: Define the key components in designing and implementing a Behavior Based Safety program
LO4: List and describe the basic principles required for an effective Behavior Based Safety program
LO5: List and describe the barriers associated with a Behavior Based Safety program
LO6: Identify management and worker responsibilities within a Behavior Based Safety program
Other Industries (military; leisure; aviation; public; others; etc.)
No prerequisites are required to sit this course.
The assessment is taken during the course and is within the expected duration.
The aim of this course is to provide all personnel with an awareness of Behavior Based Safety (BBS) practices, its key components and barriers, and the roles and responsibilities both employers and workers must take to ensure behavior based safety practices are successfully implemented and managed in the workplace.
Employers should provide additional company specific training for all observers within their organization to provide working knowledge of observation procedures and data analysis systems.
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