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PREVENT WORK-RELATED INJURIES

Behavior-based safety is based on the theory that most accidents at workplaces can be prevented with the right behavioral analysis and training. Minor errors and oversights are often left unreported and thus can lead to major accidents if the causes for the incidents are not addressed.

Improve employee safety with our presentation on Behavior-Based Safety:

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The BBS approach examines which behaviors and organizational circumstances led to accidents. By knowing this, you can inform employees about safe behavior at the workplace and implement Behavior-Based Safety in your company.

This template not only contains images with background information on occupational safety, but also a series of graphs with statistics and figures on the subject as well as a useful icons toolbox.

PREVENT WORK-RELATED INJURIES

Behavior-based safety is based on the theory that most accidents at workplaces can be prevented with the right behavioral analysis and training. Minor errors and oversights are often left unreported and thus can lead to major accidents if the causes for the incidents are not addressed.

Improve employee safety with our presentation on Behavior-Based Safety:

http://www.presentationload.com/behavior-based-safety-powerpoint-template.html

The BBS approach examines which behaviors and organizational circumstances led to accidents. By knowing this, you can inform employees about safe behavior at the workplace and implement Behavior-Based Safety in your company.

This template not only contains images with background information on occupational safety, but also a series of graphs with statistics and figures on the subject as well as a useful icons toolbox.

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Behavior-Based Safety PPT Slide Template

  1. 1. PREMIUM POWERPOINT SLIDES Behavior-Based Safety
  2. 2. Behavior-based safety POWERPOINT TEMPLATE
  3. 3. 1. quote 2. Heinrich‘s law 3. Definition 4. principles 5. reasons 6. Preventive measures 7. applications 8. Checklists 9. Icons AGENDA
  4. 4. Don’t do something detrimental to yourself. In hurting yourself, you obviously do damage to you, but you are part of the team, so when you damage yourself via a poor choice, you are hurting the team as well. Matt Forck (Safety Speaker) W OR K SA FE
  5. 5. HEINRICH’S THEORY Biography: Herbert William Heinrich  *1886 in Bennington, Vermont; † 22. June 1962  Industrial safety pioneer  Completed an apprenticeship as machinist and engineer  Worked until his retirement in 1956 at Traveler Insurance Company  During WW1, served as an engineering officer in the US Navy  Appointed as chair of safety section of US Army’s War Advisory Board during WWII  In 1961, became a fellow of the American Society of Safety Engineers  Gave lectures on safety for over 20 years at New York University
  6. 6. Out of this patient group, one accident with major injury will occur “Titanic Event“. 29 accidents of moderate injury will occur. These must be met with countermeasures. In a group of 3,846 patients, negligence causes 300 accidents with no or little injury. His studyshows the relationship between small instances of negligence and catastrophic events in the workplace: HEINRICH`S LAW Description Every prevention strategy should focus on eliminating small errors so that larger errors cannot occur. 3.846 Patients 300 Small incidences of negligence, calculated risk 29 Barely avoided or minor injury to patient 1 Titanic Event Injury Occurrence
  7. 7. DEFINITION Behavior-Based Safety Behavior Based Safety (BBS) Heinrich’s theory serves as the basis for the behavior-based safety theory. This implies that 85 – 90 % of workplace accidents are caused by unsafe behavior. Heinrich reviewed numerous accident reports. These reports concluded that workers were generally responsible for these accidents but did not investigate the causes.
  8. 8. DEFINITION goal  Safety should be integrated in the behavior, routines, motivations and qualities of each employee tool  BBS is a tool used to reinforce safe behavior through behavioral observation and positive feedback Organizational principles  The organizational principles of BBS are steering committees and local representatives who are responsible for e.g., monitoring, evaluation and management Cultural principles and impacts  Build a community based on respect and appreciation
  9. 9. PRINCIPLES Fatal Work-Related Accidents in Germany 1.712 1.596 1.523 1.403 1287 1293 1153 1107 1071 1029 949 863 941 812 765 622 674 664 677 606 1995 2000 2005 2010 FATAL WORK-RELATED ACCIDENTS Source: Suga 2013
  10. 10. PRINCIPLES Iceberg Model accident / injury Unsafe acts / unsafe conditions Every accident is the result of an unsafe act or unsafe conditions Below the surface: undetected risks
  11. 11. REASONS Origin of Work-Related Accidents ACCIDENT OR INCIDENT imperfection inSystem Technical equipment Workconditions Knowledge Behavior LATENT CONDITIONS ACTIVE ERRORS
  12. 12. REASONS How is Behavior Learned? BEHAVIOR Carries certain advantages and has positive consequences Carries certain disadvantages and has negative consequences The behavior is often demonstrated The behavior is less likely to be demonstrated The behavior develops into a habit The behavior is abandoned
  13. 13. REASONS Causes of Unsafe Behavior Unauthorized Unable Unwilling Unaccountable Unaware
  14. 14. PREVENTIVE MEASURES Effective Prevention Strategy The most effective prevention is achieved when all four factors are combined and compliment each other. One factor cannot replace the other. Organizational Management Behavior Technical Prevention
  15. 15. PREVENTIVE MEASURES Create a Good Safety Climate Reportunsafe acts and conditions Recognizeunsafe actsandconditions Preventunsafe actsandconditions Self-correctand improve Helpothersto behavesafely
  16. 16. APPLICATIONS The BBS Cycle The BBS cycle applies to both company management, as well as planning groups. It presents a potential BBS process method and helps structure it. 6 3 5 4 1 2 Create a checklist Confirmation and new goals Analyze data Write it down in checklist Give appropriate feedback Conclude observation
  17. 17. CHECKLISTS Checklist to Assess Vigilance Constant Assessment What effect do near misses and unsafe behavior have on safety? Management Employees What level of caution or action is required? Vigilance and Foreseeability Acceptance of failures, errors and near misses and their active prediction Consideration of unexpected incidents, as well as “what if ..." events NoComplacency Regarding Safety Success Reminder of past accidents Success in certain areas must not lead to neglect of safety activities
  18. 18. ICONS
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