Perhaps that is one of the secrets behind the success of behavior-based safety.
What does BBS stand for?
BBS stands for Behavior-Based Safety
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We have 335 other meanings of BBS in our Acronym Attic
- Bardet-Biedl Syndrome
- Bare Base Set
- Base Band Switch
- Bashful Bladder Syndrome
- Basic Biomedical Science (various schools)
- Baton Broadcast System (Canada)
- Battalion Battle Simulation
- Battery Backup System
- Baumgartner Brand Schiltach (wheels)
- Be Back Soon (chat)
- Behavioral and Brain Sciences
- Belgian Budgerigar Society
- Belize Bureau of Standards
- Bell Business Solutions
- Bellsouth Business Systems
- Belly Button Surgery (laparoscopic surgery)
- Bender's Big Score (animated video)
- Berg Balance Scale
- Berger Blanc Suisse (French: Swiss White Shepherd; dog breed)
- Bertolt-Brecht-Schule (German school)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In whatever format theyare implemented, behavior-based safety should be implemented, particularly in culturally diverse international workforces.
95 Hardcover T55 The second edition of this resource for managers and safety and health professionals features new and expanded coverage of areas such as behavior-based safety, accident investigation, and updated statistics.
According to a press release issued by the company, the achievement reflects a safety program at Wisconsin Centrifugal that is supported by a behavior-based safety culture, management commitment to continuous safety training, inspection and monitoring activities, and an enhanced incident review process.
We have rolled-out effective behavior-based safety programmes at all operations, but we will continue doing more to improve safety throughout the company.
The shift has been away from being primarily regulation and rules-based programs, toward more judgment and Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) programs.
BEHAVIOR-BASED SAFETY PROGRAMS A new system that emphasizes peer-driven evaluations of safety needs and techniques is also being implemented by both ConocoPhillips and BP Exploration in their Alaska work forces.
The programs include: * formalized environmental health and safety management systems * a behavior-based safety reinforcement program that rewards safe work actions * facility safety councils made up of employees who locally lead the charge for safety improvement * improved orientation and training for all levels of the organization One of Worthington Industries' cornerstone philosophies is employee involvement and empowerment.