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  1. 1. Behavioural Safety Essentials<br />Delivered by:<br />Say Consultancy &John D Leighton<br />
  2. 2. Safety today<br />During 2008/09<br />4.7 million days were lost due to workplace injury<br />180 workers were killed at work<br />29.3 million days were lost overall <br />There must be something we can do?<br />There is…<br />Behavioural Safety training<br />Data source HSE<br />
  3. 3. Behavioural Safety –What&apos;s that then?<br />Behavioural Safety is an approach to workplace safety that focuses on workers&apos; behaviour as the cause of most work-related injuries<br />It’s the natural progression from procedurally based systems<br />Workers recognise that they are the biggest influencers of their own safety<br />They encourage and develop the behavioural safety of others<br />
  4. 4. What&apos;s in it for us?<br />A manufacturing company reduced accidentsby 45% in four years (HSE)<br />A petrochemicals company saved £250,000 following a behavioural safety programme (HSE)<br />Integrated Packaging Ltd in Gateshead ordered to pay £3,374 in 2008 for a fractured wrist (IOSH)<br />International Paper (UK) Limited fined £6,000 when a worker lost an arm<br />And most important of all –keep your people safe at work<br />
  5. 5. Safe behaviours at work and home<br />Identify the link between safety at work, home, family, friends etc<br />What are our responsibilities to each other<br />What do we do to keep everyone safe<br />Human vs process elements<br />
  6. 6. Creating a team safety culture<br />Safety Team Activity<br />Understanding Team Dynamics<br />Effective Team working<br />Developing a Team Safety Culture<br />
  7. 7. Spotting unsafe behaviour in others<br />What are the drivers of safety personal, financial, commercial, humanitarian – what works?<br />How perception and consequences reinforces beliefs<br />Personal Styles inventory<br />Taking an adult approach to keeping safe (TA)<br />Words, phrases or approaches that get the outcomes required<br />
  8. 8. Having safety conversations<br />Communication skills and styles<br />Active Listening<br />Overcoming our reluctance to challenge unsafe behaviours in others<br />The power of positive language<br />My Safety Legacy will demonstrate…<br />
  9. 9. Summary and next Steps<br />The behavioural approach works<br />You will save money, effort and people<br />Improve your accident profile<br />Build the confidence of your people<br />Demonstrate you care about safety<br />Talk to us!<br />
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