Improve worker safety and reduce risk
BEHAVIOURAL BASED SAFETY OBSERVATIONS
As a workplace safety professional, you should conduct behavioural based safety observations (BBSO) on a regular basis. A BBSO is a recorded observation in the workplace on employees’ safety behaviours. This is a proactive effort to get to the root cause of any unsafe behaviours on site. BBSOs form an important part of your safety programme to protect your workers, they can help reduce the number of incidents and injuries at work.
The new eBook from Alcumus explains the steps to objectively analyse and improve safety behaviours at the workplace, such as:
- Looking at unsafe behaviours
- Conducting the behaviour observation
- Dealing with dangerous behaviours
- Quality over quantity
- Applaud good practice
Also in the eBook, find out how Construction firm Winvic improved their behavioural safety through its ‘Doing It Right’ behavioural safety initiative.
Open Their Eyes To A Winning Safety Culture
Nobody goes to work to get injured or become unwell. The latest Health and Safety Executive (HSE) figures show that 1.7 million working people were suffering from work-related ill health in the UK. The reality in these statistics prove that we need to do more to create safer workplaces and improve health and safety in the workplace.
Winvic’s accident frequency rate reduced by 25 percent in the first year it used Info Exchange – which was a fantastic result for the health and safety of its workers and their productivity too.
“Thanks to the software, we are able to analyse the reactive and proactive data to identify trends across our business, allowing positive intervention where required to influence re-occurrence. It also identifies good practice trends, allowing us to celebrate our and our supply chain’s success across the business, further enhancing our health and safety performance and culture.”
Rob Pope, Head of HSEQ (Multiroom) at Winvic