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CORE - Behavior Based Safety
Training, Consultation & General services Company
  • (+20) 25215059 / (+2) 01118867769

  • Maadi, Cairo – Egypt
    1st Floor, 15 Road 256

  • Working Hours
    From 08:00 am to 16:00 pm

Behavior Based Safety

Course Purposes

Behavior Based Safety (BBS), which is often described as a bottom-up approach (frontline employees), with top-down support from safety leaders. A behavior-based safety approach promotes interventions that are people-focused and often incorporate one-to-one or group observations of employees performing routine work tasks, setting goals carefully giving timely feedback on safety-related behavior, coaching and mentoring. The initiatives have a proactive focus, encouraging individuals and their work groups to consider the potential for incident involvement, (accidents) and to assess their own behavior as safe or unsafe always, no matter what.

Course Objectives:

  •   Improve employees behavior and  culture on/off job
  •   Understand how safety behavior is shaped
  •   Analyze employee behavior and attitude
  •   Pinpoint, observe, and measure specific behaviors
  •   Provide effective feedback
  •   Use positive reinforcement successfully to improve safety performance

Course Contents

  •   Behavior based Safety Basics
  •   Introduction
  •   Safety culture definition
  •   Safety culture in an organizational context
  •   What is BBS
  •   The nature/impact of human error
  •   Human performance categories
  •   Influencing human behavior
  •   Ways to induce human behavior
  •   The hazard concept
  •   The BBS approach
  •   Steps of the BBS process:
  •     Behavioral observation and feedback
  •     Formal review of observation data
  •     Improvement goals
  •    Reinforcement for improvement and goal attainment
  The ABC Model:
  •     Antecedent
  •     Behavior
  •     Consequence
  •   Types of reinforcement
  •   Safety leadership
  •   The importance of safety leadership
  •   Obstacles to effective safety leadership
  •   The process of instilling safety leadership
  •   The accident causation model
  •   General failure types
The DOTS Model

Course Recipients

  This course is suited for
  • All personal 


2 Days

Methodology of teaching

Classroom lectures and exercises


Core Certificate

Available DATE

Duration Start End
2 Days 2018-01-02 2018-01-03 Apply

2 Days 2018-03-13 2018-03-14 Apply

2 Days 2018-06-19 2018-06-20 Apply

2 Days 2018-08-14 2018-08-15 Apply

2 Days 2018-10-09 2018-10-10 Apply

2 Days 2018-12-04 2018-12-05 Apply

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