Occupational Safety

Behavior-Based Safety: From theory to practice

Dive into BBS with EHS software support

How to successfully strengthen your safety culture

Do you know what the #1 cause of accidents at work is? Studies show that most accidents result from unsafe or incorrect behavior on the part of employees. But what is the best way to build a stronger safety culture and coach your employees on safe conduct?

Behavior Based Safety (BBS) is a modern concept designed to reduce preventable workplace injuries. It motivates employees and management alike to start using safer behaviors through positive reinforcement. But how can you out BBS into practice at your company? With the aid of a practical use case, our webinar expert Claudia Stausberg from Arcadis demonstrates the steps to implementing a BBS program and shows how to effectively encourage safe behavior. Furthermore, you will learn how an EHS software can facilitate the implementation of BBS in your company.

Our free webinar will cover the following key points:

  • Basics of a behavior-based approach to safety

  • Coaching employees in safe behavior

  • Introducing BBS into your everyday work

  • How Quentic software support aids in implementing BBS

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