Five Key Principles of Behavioral Based Safety Process

Whitepaper | November, 2022

The Behavior Based Safety (BBS) process educates management and staff about the general workplace safety through safety observations. BBS aims to draw workers’ attention to their own and their coworkers’ regular safety behavior. The BBS program’s objective is to increase workplace safety for employees.

The entire organization, from management to frontline employees, is constantly being watched with a BBS program in order to spot any risky or dangerous behavioral tendencies. A thorough BBSO program monitors workers as they go about their daily business, giving them constant feedback, inspiration, and awareness to reinforce their behavior in line with safe work practices.

The main objective of a BBS program is to encourage people or groups to consistently follow EHS best practices by proactively identifying naturally inclined unsafe behavioral patterns in humans and making sure that prompt interventions are in place.

The leaders and employees must have complete faith in one another and work together to ensure behavior-based safety. Because behavior-based safety offers long-term solutions for getting rid of risks and hazards, it is crucial. This life-saving strategy promotes a workplace safety culture, which is essential for long-term success.

In this video whitepaper, we will discuss the following topics:

  • Five key principles of behavior based safety (BBS)
  • Applications of BBS
  • And more

Related Whitepapers

Request Demo