Behaviour Based Safety Training
Psychology is the study of human behaviour, and individual behaviour is a recognised impediment to upholding high standards of health and safety. Many people know what they are doing is incorrect, but they still choose to do it anyway. Other people make mistakes unintentionally, and those people can be instructed in behavioural safety. Heinrich asserts that unsafe human behaviour accounts for 88% of accidents, an unsafe psychical environment accounts for 10%, and unresisting causes account for only 2% of accidents. 75,000 industrial accidents were studied, and the findings showed that 98% of accidents could be avoided and controlled by humans. In order to prevent and control human behaviour and prevent accidents, behaviour-based safety program has gained importance.
DurationHalf Day / 1 Day / 2 Days
Training ModeOnline / Classroom
SubjectBehaviour Based Safety
LevelAwarenes / Intermediate / Advanced
ScopeTheory & Activities
For queries, & Assistance
Using practical behaviour-based strategies and targeted behaviour-based safety techniques, NIST Global has been assisting clients with these kinds of problems. As human safety consciousness and safety habits are not intrinsic, behaviour-based safety training, monitoring, and consulting can help to develop them. We have observed this throughout implementation of Behaviour-based safety principles with various organisations. Organizations do have a significant impact on people's behavioural safety, and this is primarily due to their safety cultures. The behaviour-based safety consultants at NIST Global create vision-based unsafe act detection for keeping track of your workforce's actions and train through experimental behaviour-based safety analysis, which eventually removes safety barriers and modifies mind set to forbid engaging in unsafe behaviour.
Interactive Session of Behaviour Based Safety
Learning Outcome of Behaviour Based Safety training
- Define behaviour based safety (BBS)
- Know the importance of behaviour based safety training
- List the approaches of Behaviour-based safety process
- Understand safety culture and safety influencers
- Get aware of the Behaviour-based safety observation, feedback, and implementation
- Identify risk through Behaviour-based safety observation
- List barriers to Behavioural safety
- State basic Behaviour-based safety principles
- Outline the factors influencing personal behaviour
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of management
- Recognize roles and responsibilities of employees
- Implement effectively Behaviour-based safety training program
- Expect desired result of implementing Behaviour-based safety training
Who can take the Behaviour Based Safety training?
- Safety practitioners
- Safety committee members
- Safety coordinators
- Safety specialists
- Safety managers
- Operation managers
- Loss control managers, etc.
Benefits of Behaviour Based Safety training
This behaviour-based safety training's key result is that it will have an effect on shifting people's attitudes about safety. Likewise, a significant improvement in safety performance would result from our intervention using goal-setting and feedback measures. Although it is a gradual process, it results in an average decrease in the frequency of injuries. Efficiency, production, morale, and profitability all go up as a result.