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Behavior-Based Safety: Understanding Employee Motivations to Build Engagement and Drive Safety Performance

Behavior-Based Safety: Understanding Employee Motivations to Build Engagement & Drive Safety Performance - On-Demand

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Behavior-Based Safety: Understanding Employee Motivations to Build Engagement and Drive Safety Performance - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Use this on-demand webinar to learn the principles of employee motivations and behavior-based safety, and how they can impact your organization’s safety performance.

Over 5,000 people are killed and almost 3 million people are injured at work each year in the U.S. Controlling hazards, providing appropriate protective equipment, implementing strong safety rules and procedures are necessary preconditions for an excellent safety culture, but these steps are only part of the solution. To take safety performance to the next level, safety professionals must examine the interaction of equipment, facilities, procedures, people, and organizational systems and focus on the factors that contribute to risky behaviors and unsafe conditions. Behavior-based safety (BBS) is the most efficient and effective way to approach these complex interactions and develop a thorough understanding of the many factors that affect employee engagement and safety performance.

Use this on-demand webinar with Steve Roberts, Senior Partner at Safety Performance Solutions, LLC. Steve will provide an in-depth look at the individual and system factors that influence risky behavior, the principles of behavior and person-based psychology, leadership principles to build engagement in safety activities, and components of a successful observation and feedback process to help organizations achieve an injury-free workplace.

You’ll learn:

  • Principles of people and behavior-based psychology that help to promote an ideal safety culture
  • Strategies to increase empowerment, ownership, and engagement in occupational health and safety
  • Methods to predict and reduce human error and the importance of error-tolerant systems for safety performance
  • How safety management systems can drive positive culture change
  • How to use safety culture assessments to identify and drive improvement opportunities
  • Where BBS and Human and Organization Performance (HOP) approaches intersect and how you can use insights from both to drive safety in your organization

About Your Presenter

Steve RobertsSteve Roberts
Sr. Partner
Safety Performance Solutions, Inc. 

Steve Roberts is co-founder and senior partner at Safety Performance Solutions, Inc. He earned an M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from West Chester University and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Applied/Experimental Psychology with a focus in Organizational Behavior Management from Virginia Tech. His specific areas of expertise include the design, implementation, and evaluation of behavior and people-based safety processes, the assessment of organizational culture to guide safety interventions, increasing employee involvement in safety activities, organizational management systems design, organizational leadership development, and understanding and reducing human error in the workplace.

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