Behavior-Based Safety processes are sophisticated initiatives with numerous key elements that include voluntary observations, observation checklists, one or more steering committees, observation data analysis, individual and group recognition for observers, safety action plans for improvement of safe behavior, and so forth. It is possible that, over time, one or more of these elements may drift away from their original design. This can lead to reduced participation, fewer observations, and reduced impact of your BBS process.
Has your BBS process drifted over time? Is it time to revamp and reinvigorate your BBS process? If so, we can help. Quality Safety Edge’s BBS Reboot includes a health check of the current state of your process which identifies opportunities for improvement. We then work with you to develop a plan that targets your specific improvement needs.