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Behavior Based Safety for Leadership

1.Target Group
This three – hour course is designed for leaders or personnel with similar capacity to address some of the Behavior Based Safety (BBS) issues we face
every day.

2.Delegate Pre-requisites
There are no any Pre-requisites

3.Physical and Stressful Demands
There are no physical and stressful demands in this course, however the delegates will be required to undergo medical screening by completing
appropriate medical screening form provided by QISC in order to ensure that the delegates are fit and well to participate fully.

4.Aims and Objectives
The aim of the course is to enable leaders to realize, that, effective risk control depends in part on the behaviour of individuals at all levels within an
organisation. To make them understand why good systems, procedures and engineering controls on their own are not only enough, it is how well an
organisation ‘lives’ its systems that matters.

5.Learning Outcomes / Assessment Criteria
After successful completion of this training, the delegates will be able to
apply the following knowledge and skills:
1. Implementation of BBS:
 Four-step approach to implementing BBS
2. The Safety Triad:
 The three elements of the Safety Triad:
 Person, Environment, and Behavior
 How the three elements interact to improve safety
3. Group Discussion: Human Behavior:
 Understanding why people engage in unsafe behaviors
4. The Safety Pyramid:
 Understanding the relationship between serious accidents, minor
accidents, and near misses
 Reducing serious accidents
5. Principles of BBS:
 Understanding what causes accidents
 Mitigating accidents through effective communication
 Creating ownership and the importance of working together
 Proactive versus Reactive
 Behavior versus Attitude
6. ABC model analysis:
 Definition and meaning
 Understanding Antecedents, Behavior, and Consequence
 Significance of Observation, Feedback, and Positive Intervention
7. Situation of Accident Potential (SOAP):
 What to look out for on a day to day basis
 Recognize threats that may not be immediately obvious
8. Roles and responsibilities of BBS for workers
9. Roles and responsibilities of BBS Leaders:
 Understanding the practical ways managers can demonstrate their
safety leadership
 Understanding how to visibly support company-wide efforts
 Understanding the behavioral safety leadership checklist
10. Effective BBS Supervision:
 Understanding key indicators of Behavior Based Safety processes that
must be managed
11. BBS-Specific Challenges:
 Pushing the buck onto employees
 Failure to apply positive reinforcement
 Failure to engage participation
12. Role-Play:
 Understanding and experiencing how negative interventions can be
 Understanding how positive interventions motivate coworkers through
care and concern

6.Delegate Performance Assessment / Certification / Validity
Delegate Performance Assessment: This is no assessment for this course,
however, delegates’ performance will be assessed by observation and oral
Certification: QISC certification with no expiry.

7.Instructor & Delegate Ratio

8.Duration and Timing
Three Hours

9.Venue [-Location]
Qatar International Safety Centre
Gate No. 9 building – 23 Street – 45
Salwa Industrial Area
Doha Qatar
PO Box 23651

10. For more information
Please contact us direct for availability & costs:
Email: training@madinagulf.com
Tel: +974 4450 1223
Fax: +974 4450 1220
www.qisc.net / www.madinagulf.com