Behavior-Based Safety (BBS)
Definition - What does Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) mean?
Behavior-based safety is a kind of reinforcement to change existing unsafe behaviors in the workplace. It can also be defined as the application of science related to the behaviors of human beings to real-world problems. It identifies the cause of unsafe behaviors and then applies research-based techniques to eliminate this behavior.
Safeopedia explains Behavior-Based Safety (BBS)
Behavior-based safety process can be categorized in three main or generic types:
- Top Down
- Bottom Up