Your Behavior-Based Safety Program Surviving or Thriving---How to Make Your Program More Vibrant and Effective - on CDOver the past few decades, Behavior Based Safety (BBS) has proven to be an effective way to reduce workplace accidents.
However, a successful program generally requires not only a strong commitment within the organization, but also a dedication of company resources – including staff time, software documentation, and continuous motivation. And even the strongest starts can fade into oblivion if you don’t make consistent efforts to keep your program thriving.
Join us on March 15 for an in-depth webinar all about keeping your BBS program effective and strong.
- What a model BBS process looks like
- How to avoid the “limited process survival” mentality
- Why you should avoid relying on incentives to drive discretionary efforts
- Tested methodologies for identifying and neutralizing demotivators
- The roles, responsibilities, and results for all organizational participants in a thriving BBS process
- Key performance indicators (KPIs) for a thriving BBS process
- How to identify and evaluate resources to help you take your BBS process to the next level.
- Why developing action plans and measurable benchmarks is so critical
- The primary reasons that forced involvement will likely backfire on you
- How to generate continuing senior, mid-level, supervisory, and employee support for a BBS program
- The vital elements that lead to sustainability of a results-driven change philosophy
Shawn M. Galloway is the President and Chief Operating Officer of ProAct Safety. As a professional keynote speaker and internationally recognized safety excellence expert, he has helped hundreds of organizations within every major industry to achieve and sustain excellence in performance and culture. In 2012, ISHN Magazine listed him in the POWER 101 – Leaders of the EHS World. He has published over 250 podcasts, 80 articles and 30 videos on the subject of safety excellence in culture and performance. Shawn is the host of the highly acclaimed weekly podcast series, Safety Culture Excellence, a columnist for several magazines and coauthor of STEPS to Safety Culture Excellence.