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Behavior-Based Safety

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Mary Hemmersbach

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Transcript of Behavior-Based Safety

Why Implement BBS?
Implementing a Behavior-Based Safety Program
Human Behavior
S.E.C.U.R.E

System to Establish a Culture [to prevent] Unsafe Research Experiments
What was done?
Setting Higher Expectations
Increase Safety Knowledge & Perception to 75%
Decrease Inspection Findings
Increase Overall Compliance to 75%

How it worked
Determine the Results
Mary Hemmersbach
What is Behavior-Based Safety?
Three Questions
54% Positive Safety Perception Responses
57% Correct Safety Knowledge Responses


Attitude
at·ti·tude
A settled way ofthinking or feeling, typically reflected in a person's behavior.
Bachelor of Science:
Environmental Science & Biology
Winona State University, 2010

Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery on the UW Madison Campus since January, 2011.
bi-hav-ior
The way in which one acts in response to a particular situation.
Why Safety?
Accident at former workplace.
Enjoy working with people.
Embrace challenges.
Safety is about people
Compliance is NOT sufficient
Consequences drive behavior
Motivating
Proactive
Broad awareness
Deep involvement
Transcends workplace safety
Tool for collecting data
Way to understand
behaviors
Helps to create a
proactive safety
culture
Easy to understand,
hard to implement & sustain
manageable
Attitudes cannot
be measured, BUT...
...perception and knowledge can
be measured.
Observable
Measurable
Safety
Specialist
What behaviors are
currently being
observed?
Why are these
behaviors present?
What will be done
to correct these
deficiencies?
1. Behavior-Based Analysis
2. Met w/ Safety Committee
3. Safety Survey
4. Created Goals
5. Implemented Program
Repeat inspection findings
(16% deficient)
Repeat at-risk behaviors
Habits
Comfort with potential risks
Lack of appropriate
enforcement
Safety Incentive Program!
Safety Survey Results
Overall compliance 64%
Observations
Inspections
"Extra Credit"
Point-based format- The lab with the most points WINS!
Department vs. Department
January, 2013- May, 2013
Observations
Looking For
Incentive
Inspections
Info Needed
Incentive
Extra Credit
Shaping Behavior
Incentive
Plan
Observe
Record
Reactive Behavior
PPE
Job Tasks
Safe Work Practices
Ergonomics
Reviewed behaviors (data) over course of program
Implemented the same Safety Survey
Before Program
After Program
Overall Compliance: 64%
(+) Safety Perception: 54%
Safety Knowlege: 57% correct
Inspection Findings: 16% deficient
Overall Compliance: 95%
(+) Safety Perception: 85%
Safety Knowlege: 81% correct
Inspection Findings: 3% deficient
Incentives
Prize Package
Pizza Party
COMMUNICATE
Committee
Share results
Newsletter, Intranet, Emails
EDUCATE & ASSIST
Develop policies
Training
1:1
EMPOWER
Take responsibility for their own safety
Forum to be heard
Sustainable tools
Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Morgridge Institute for Research
Town Center
Opened December, 2010
The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery is a visionary public-private partnership that has taken shape as an innovative building housing two world-class biomedical research institutes and a public space for campus and community members to gather and celebrate science.
(+)
(-)
Types of Hazards
Safety
Biological
Chemical
Physical

90% - 100% = + 20 pts
80% - 89% = + 15 pts
70% - 79% = + 5 pts
60% - 69% = 0 pts
below 60% = - 15 pts
*Repeat findings were
weighted heavier to deter
behavior.*
Area Map
Equipment Inventory
Chemical Inventory
Checklist
Reports
Safety
Specialist
Trust
Buy-in
Proactive Behaviors
Standing opportunities
Rotating activities
Submit newsletter topic
= 5 pts
Review & update SOP
= 10 pts
Near-miss w/ CA implemented
= 15 pts
Update chemical inventory
= 15 pts
Incorporate safety in regular meeting
= 20 pts
Lab completes a relevant safety training
= 20 pts
"When you know better,
you do better."
-Maya Angelou
Safety is now a topic of daily conversation between all occupants
Motivating way to stay involved in safety matters
Safe Patient Handling
Slips, Trips, and Falls
Needlesticks
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