BBS relies heavily on the psychology of learning and motivation through stimulus and response as a result of workplace observation and/or near miss reporting and corresponding feedback. BBS principles were founded on Herbert William Heinrich’s research, which suggested that 88 percent of accidents result from unsafe acts committed by employees rather than unsafe conditions.
This training seeks to pinpoint both safe and unsafe behaviors in order to prevent incidents. Participants will learn to improve their organizations overall safety culture through frequent, consistent, and clear communication on safety issues. Aimed at all safety levels, this training seeks to change how organizations view safety and how implementing a BBS approach can create an atmosphere where safety is a top priority in the workplace.