Improvements in safety performance have been achieved in many organizations through facility and process design, and through effective health and safety management systems and procedures. However, organizations find it a challenge for future improvement.
In order to achieve continuous improvement, health and safety should be wholly regarded a shared value and responsibility with all stakeholders throughout the organization. We help you establish an effective Behavioral Safety program to change employee’s mind, modify their behavior, reduce injuries and improve the business performance.
What an effective behavioral safety program looks like?
- Leading from the top
- Significant workforce participation
- Identification and definition of critical behaviors
- Goal setting
- Constructive feedback on undesirable behavior and enforce desirable behavior
- Peer observation and feedback
- Data collection and trend analysis
- Action and continuous improvement
Behavioral approaches to safety improvement are most effective when technical and systems aspects of safety are performing adequately. We can conduct an assessment to your organization and advice if you are ready to introduce the Behavioral Safety approach.