Behavior-Based Safety: Developing a Regional Guidance
Date of Award
Environmental Policy & Mgmt
Master of Applied Science
Environmental Policy And Management
A behavior-based safety program improves overall safety culture and safety performance of an organization. A solid behavior-based safety program is achieved by successfully implementing key components. Key components include management commitment to the process, an effective training program, a cohesive observation process and a successful data collecting and reporting system. This Applied Capstone project defines a regional approach for each of the key components of a behavior-based safety program. Recommendations resulting from the project provide the company studied guidance on developing a consistent behavior-based safety program.
Yasenchak, John, "Behavior-Based Safety: Developing a Regional Guidance" (2010). University College: Environmental Policy and Management Capstones. 215.
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