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Behavior-Based Safety (BBS)

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Definition – What does Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) mean?

Behavior-based safety is a kind of reinforcement to change existing unsafe behaviors in the workplace. It can also be defined as the application of science related to the behaviors of human beings to real-world problems. It identifies the cause of unsafe behaviors and then applies research-based techniques to eliminate this behavior.

HSSE WORLD explains Behavior-Based Safety (BBS)

Behavioral-based safety is a reinforcement action taken by an organization’s management to identify the immediate and root causes of unsafe behavior and then apply corrective measures to reduce unsafe actions by employees. It is not a quick fix but a commitment that can be seen throughout the organization.

Behavior-based safety process can be categorized in three main or generic types:

  • Top Down
  • Bottom-Up
  • Collective
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