Behavior Based Safety – STOP for Safety

"Safety is living in present-moment and not about past laurels"

Course Overview

Behaviour Based Safety or BBS is a scientific approach to positively reinforce a safe work environment by modulating unsafe behavioural patterns.
A BBS system focuses on how people work, analyses why they work in a certain way and applies an intervention strategy to eliminate unsafe behaviour.
The importance of a behaviour based safety program lies in its pragmatic approach to remove the most common source of workplace injuries or accidents – “human error”.

Training Objectives

Understand the concepts around behavior based safety and its value.
Explain the relationship between safe and at risk behaviors
Explain purpose of STOP Safety observation Cycle.
Learn how to use STOP safety observation checklist and report.
Some other techniques — Take 2 , Line of Fire and Brother keepers attitude.

Course Content

Role of human errors in safety incidences

Injuries and at risk behaviors

Behaviour based safety

STOP for Safety

Who should attend: Safety is a fundamental aspect of our operations, and ensuring the well-being of our employees is of utmost importance. It is worth noting that a significant majority, approximately 80-90%, of safety incidents can be attributed to human error. To address this issue, we have implemented a Behavioral-Based Safety (BBS) model, which takes a comprehensive approach by emphasizing mindset and behavior. We strongly recommend that anyone seeking to enhance organizational safety performance should consider attending this course.
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4 - 6 Hours






Rs. 2,499/-

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