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A Case of Behaviour Based Safety (BBS) Implementation at a Multinational Organisation

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 3 Issue 2/3

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Harbans Lal Kaila | Author(s) Affiliation: Professor of Psychology (retired), SNDT Womens’ University, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
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This Indian case study of behavior-based safety (BBS) implementation at a multinational organization includes the questions managers ponder over before BBS implementation, critical behaviors responsible for accidents, the road-map and action plan to implement BBS approach, linking hazard identification with BBS, certain issues in BBS implementation, leading indicators to mark the progress of BBS, best experiences of BBS approach, and a set of outcomes of BBS implementation in other organisations. The information presented in this article would hopefully be useful for companies considering implementing BBS at their workplaces.

Keywords: Case Study, Behaviour-based Safety, BBS Implementation, Multinational Company

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