A Keynote speech by Dr Domininc Cooper CFIOSH C.Psychol examining the 'true' success factors of Behavior-Based Safety from the 1970's to the present day.
Behavio-Based Safety is still evolving to the point where it is effective in all workplaces, all of the time. Many implementations have been successful, but many have failed or faded away over the years. What can we learn from the past and the present to optimize future BBS implementations for the good of all? This tour of BBS examines the evolution of BBS, implementation strategies, and remaining challenges. Issues to be addressed include (but are not limited to):
[1 Where BBS fits in an organizations Safety Culture
 Who owns BBS?
 The role of employees and managers
 BBS design Issues
 Integrating BBS into mainstream safety management systems