Author: Michael S. Haro, Ph.D., CBSS


Behavior Safety Training for Safety Committee Members

Industries concerned about bottom-line expenses tend to place behavior safety training low on the priority list. However, consider the direct costs your company paid for incidents, accidents, injuries, lost time, lost productivity, and damage to equipment or facilities during the past year. This article will outline a training program that can create significant safety advances as well as immeasurable returns on safe work practices. The Role of Safety CommitteesIn the United States, most companies have safety committees comprised of employee volunteers. These individuals play a significant...

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Behavior Safety: A Safety Program’s Missing Link

Behavior safety is gaining recognition as a significant safety resource in many industrial companies. In recent discussions, however, safety professionals representing traditional and fundamental safety programs have made me aware that acceptance, understanding and the status of behavior safety are still in question. These discussions brought back early challenges, in particular the claim that behavior safety is just good common sense or another flavor of the month. The value of being a behavior safety educator is knowledge, but only if used accurately.  Exploring issues and getting facts...

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