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283 - Safety Metrics 101 - A ProAct Safety Workshop

April 1st, 2013 · Comments

What is the best measure of safety performance? Is it the traditional recordable rate, severity rate, cost of accidents, near-miss numbers, physical audit scores, behavioral observations, percent safe, or perception surveys? The best answer may be "All of the above."

Achieving safety excellence has taught us that most safety executives are not getting the results they want because they are not measuring what they want. Moreover, it is easy to forget that sometimes an imprecise measurement of the right thing is better than a precise measurement of the wrong thing.

This enlightening workshop explores the misconceptions that currently hinder the best and brightest safety leaders from achieving and sustaining measurable safety excellence. Gain insight into a better-practices approach to safety measurements currently being utilized by many of the best in safety.

Learning Objectives: • Learn how to measure what is important in safety • Move from lagging to leading indicators • Evolve from leading to transformative indicators • Learn how the current measurements demotivate discretional performance • Learn how to use transformational measurements to motivate performance • Learn how to measure and manage performance, rather than results • Principles of effective measurement systems • A conceptual overview of a Balanced Scorecard for Safety Metrics

For more information contact ProAct Safety at 936.273.8700 or info (at) ProActSafety.com

For more detailed strategies to achieve and sustain excellence in performance and culture, pick up a copy of our book, STEPS to Safety Culture Excellence, available through WILEY (publisher), Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

Shawn M. Galloway ProAct Safety www.ProActSafety.com

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271 - Behavior-Based Safety 101: A ProAct Safety Workshop

January 7th, 2013 · Comments

This session is designed to be an introduction to the rationale and practice of BBS for newcomers and a thorough review for participants at the workforce and management levels.

The supporting roles of management and supervisors will be discussed. The support roles in BBS are less active than the participants' roles, yet more critical for success and sustainability. In addition to understanding what BBS is and how it works, managers and supervisors need to know the rationale for having a process and the strategies for ensuring it is successful.

Being well grounded in the principles and practices is a basic need for success to both those who are implementing or renewing BBS processes. The course will cover every major facet of BBS including the following:

  • The philosophy and science behind BBS
  • The rationale and ROI (return on investment) of BBS
  • What leads to union resistance and how to involve unions for support
  • Selection criteria and functions of a BBS Steering Team/Committee
  • Time-away-from-work requirements of Steering Team members and Observers
  • Key roles, responsibilities and expectations (RREs) of those participating in the process
  • Manager's and Supervisor's support roles
  • The responsibilities and benefits of employees in a BBS environment
  • Start-up cycles for BBS from implementation to maturity
  • How to communicate BBS to the workforce
  • Support and resources needed by the process to ensure success
  • How to posture BBS in relation to other safety efforts and programs
  • How BBS impacts safety culture and how to utilize BBS as a safety culture building tool
  • How to keep the process results oriented
  • How to guarantee process sustainability
  • How to refresh and renew an existing BBS process
  • Attendees will be thoroughly versed on the basics of BBS to either return to a project or attend the Annual BBS Conference with purpose and focus.

For more information contact ProAct Safety at 936.273.8700 or info (at) ProActSafety.com

Shawn M. Galloway

ProAct Safety

www.ProActSafety.com

www.SafetyCultureExcellence.com

For more information contact ProAct Safety at 936.273.8700 or info (at) ProActSafety.com

Shawn M. Galloway

ProAct Safety

www.ProActSafety.com

www.SafetyCultureExcellence.com

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Tags: Behavior Based Safety · Lean Behavior-Based Safety · Videos · Safety Culture/BBS Workshops · Behavioral Quality · Behavior-Based Quality · Unions and Behavior-Based Safety · Behavior-Based Safety Software · Behaviour-Based Safety · Behavior Science · Safety Culture Excellence Workshop