|BBS (Behavior Based Safety) theory has been around for many decades, but in the past few years has become increasingly popular among some businesses. Some claim BBS is the only method to use in safety management and injury reduction. Others claim that BBS is too flawed to be useful. But perhaps there is value in some concepts of BBS when applied properly.
Some other tools gaining popularity in safety management are Lean and Six Sigma principles. Lean is about eliminating waste, while Six Sigma is about identifying a problem, using measurements to make that problem clear, and taking control so as to not make the same mistake twice. That is, to become totally predictable.
Attend this training session to see how elements from BBS, Lean, and Six Sigma can lead to improvements in safety management at your organization.
- What BBS is, and what it is not
- 10 misconceptions, pitfalls, and pointers about BBS
- How to determine if a BBS program is right for your organization
- Understanding the relationship about a BBS program and an effective Safety Management System (SMS)
- Methods for using information from a BBS program to improve safety performance
- Delivering positive reinforcement and recognition for employee involvement, performing observations, and safe work behaviors
- Applying Lean &Six Sigma Principles to Behavior Based Safety
- How to avoid the "blame game"
About Your Presenter
Michael Lawrence is principal of Summit Safety Technologies based in Long Beach, California. Lawrence is an accomplished safety manager, technical trainer, and instructional designer, and has been training adult workers and safety professionals for many years. He is a frequent speaker and is recognized for his expert knowledge of safety regulations, safety management systems, business continuation planning, emergency preparedness, and quality management systems.
Lawrence's experience includes over 16 years in safety and technical training in the semiconductor manufacturing industry and 14 years Naval Aviation experience in aircraft maintenance, electronics technology, safety, and quality assurance. His military contributions resulted in several awards, including the Navy Achievement Medal, and numerous awards from the Navy League of the United States for his volunteer work as a Commanding Officer with the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps. Lawrence's volunteer work also includes 10 years as a CPR &First Aid Instructor Trainer for the American Red Cross.
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