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Title: BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY


1
BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY YOU!!! PART I
2
3 DISTINCT ELEMENTS OF SAFETY
  • HUMAN ATTRIBUTES (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITY,
    INTELLIGENCE, MOTIVES, ETC.
  • .WHAT DO YOU KNOW
  • WHAT CAN I DO
  • .DOING IT WELL VS. JUST DOING IT

3
3 DISTINCT ELEMENTS OF SAFETY II
  • 2 WORK ENVIRONMENT (EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, MACHINES,
    PROCEDURES, FACILITES, ETC.)
  • INDOORS/OUTDOORS (OSHANO SHADE PROVIDED NOT
    ENOUGH DRINKING WATER)

4
3 DISTINCT ELEMENTS OF SAFETY III
  • 3BEHAVIOR (WHAT PEOPLE DO)
  • WE ARE ATTRACTED TO NEGATIVE BEHAVIOR
  • WHO DROVE THE SPEED LIMIT THIS WEEKEND/TODAY?
  • WHO TEXTED OR TALKED ON CELL COMING HERE TODAY ?
  • WE PUSH THE ENVELOPE

5
NEAR MISSES
  • UNSAFE BEHAVIORS DONT ALWAYS RESULT IN ACCIDENTS
  • NEAR MISSES ARE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES TO PREVENT
    FUTURE ISSUES
  • DONT IGNORE UNSAFE BEHAVIOR
  • WE DO A LOT OF UNSAFE THINGS GET AWAY WITH IT..
    DOES THAT MAKE IT OK?
  • EVENTUALLY IT WILL CATCH UP TO US

6
What is Behavior Based Safety
  • Human behavior causes most accidents
  • Comfort
  • Saving Time
  • Convenience
  • Lack of understanding and training
  • Complacency
  • Wrong Safety focus
  • Celebrating production over safety

7
SAFETY TOOLS NEEDED
  • Safety Manual
  • Procedures
  • MSDS MANUALS
  • PPE
  • Observations
  • Audits

8
ACCEPTED PERCEPTIONS
  • RIGHT HAND VS LEFT HAND

9
BEHAVIORAL BASED SAFETY
  • IT CANNOT BE SUCCESSFUL STANDING ALONE
  • IT IS AN ELEMENT TO BE USED IN COMBINATION WITH
    OTHER ELEMENTS
  • CANT BE THE FLAVOR OF THE MONTH
  • ITS NOT A MAGIC BULLET OR SHORTCUT..

10
INCENTIVE PROGRAMS.
  • Incentive programs
  • can give a wrong focus on safety and health.
  • They will not improve the HSE
  • It will just give us more fat cats

11
FOUNDATION CONCEPTS
  • It is better to slay a dragon than to teach
    people ways to live peacefully with him!!!
  • WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRADITIONAL
    BEHAVIORALBASED SAFETY PROGRAMS???

12
TRADITIONAL..
  • TYPICALLY A TOP-DOWN APPROACH
  • FOCUS ON REGUALTIONS PROCEDURES
  • TREATS SYMPTOMS
  • EXTERNAL ENFORCEMENT
  • DO AS I SAYJUST DO IT BUT WHEN BACK IS
    TURNEDTHEY WILL DO WHAT THEY WANT TO DO

13
BEHAVIORAL BASED..
  • IS A BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
  • FOCUS ON EMPLOYEE BEHAVIORS
  • ADDRESSES ROOT CAUSES
  • INTERNAL ENFORCEMENT

14
BY THE NUMBERS
  • ACCIDENT/INCIDENT
  • INCIDENTS.600
  • PROPERTY DAMAGE... 30
  • MINOR INJURY10
  • LOST-TIME INJURY.1
  • CHANGE BEHAVIOR AT 600 LEVEL YOU CAN PREVENT
    THE OTHER 3 RESULTING ITEMS

15
THE COST
  • FOR EVERY 1.00 OF DIRECT COSTS FOR
    INJURY/ILLNESS THERE ARE UP TO 100.00 OF
    INDIRECT COSTS

16
BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS I
  • WHAT ARE BEHAVIORS?
  • ARE BEHAVIORS OBSERVABLE?
  • ARE BEHAVIORS INHERENTLY GOOD OR BAD?

17
BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS II
  • BEHAVIORS RESULT IN POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE
    CONSEQUENCES FOR WORKERS.
  • IMMEDIATE, SURE GOOD CONSEQUENCES REINFORCED.
  • IMMEDIATE, SURE BAD CONSEQUENCES REFUTED.

18
Unsafe Acts vs. Unsafe Conditions
80-85 of all incidents are the result of unsafe
acts 15-20 of all incidents are the result of
unsafe conditions. Question If true, why are
most efforts geared towards unsafe
conditions? Answer Its easier to deal with
unsafe conditions than unsafe acts.
19
THE CHALLENGE..
  • REALIZE THE VALUE OF DOING THINGS THE RIGHT WAY
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