Behavior-Based Safety: Implementing A Successful Program To Address Accident-Prone And High-Risk Employees
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When most safety professionals consider implementing a behavior-based safety (BBS) program, they’re often met with concerns that it will be too expensive and technically complicated to get off the ground. This is especially true if the organization operates multiple locations, in which case the numbers increase geometrically and the complexity increases.
One option is to hire an outside consultant to develop your BBS program, but the cost of hiring an outsider might be a tough pill for senior management to swallow. So the question then becomes: How can we implement the BBS we need without being fully dependent on a pricey external consultant?
The good news is that you can!
Join us when BBS expert Michael Stack will walk you through the process of implementing a program while effectively minimizing your cost and complexity concerns—without relying exclusively on high-priced consultants to get the job done.
About Your Presenter:
- Evaluate traditional BBS process and various hybrids
- Determine the best ways for you to evaluate your company’s existing culture to determine which BBS process and approach is right for you
- Identify proven approaches that allow you to pursue BBS development and implementation using internal resources instead of relying completely on outside BBS consultants
- Consider, using case studies, how other organizations have successfully implemented the “internal” approach
- Evaluate a step-by-step process for developing and implementing a BBS program internally
- Balance external and internal resources that will allow you to keep costs down but program quality high
- Address the necessary recordkeeping and database component of your BBS program to keep labor and IT costs as low as possible
- Develop and maintain an internal BBS expertise to help in maintaining your BBS Program at a high level down the road
Michael Stack is the Principal of Amaxx LLC. Mr. Stack is an expert in expert in workers’ compensation using innovative accident reduction approaches including employee behavior focuses and identification and elimination of workplace hazards and comprehensive cost containment strategies. He has been actively involved in developing and implementing effective behavior based safety programs that are well integrated with an organization’s business objectives and systems for both existing and new BBS processes.
Mr. Stack also works as a consultant to large and mid-market clients, is co-author of “Your Ultimate Guide To Mastering Workers Comp Costs,” a comprehensive step-by-step manual of cost containment strategies based on hands-on field experience, and is founder of COMPClub, an exclusive member training program on workers compensation cost containment best practices. Through these platforms he is in the trenches working together with clients to implement and define best practices, which allows him to continuously be at the forefront of innovation and thought leadership in employee behavior, injury prevention, and workers’ compensation cost containment.
Mr. Stack brings a unique CPA background to the workers compensation space, and is highly in tune with the impact of workers compensation cost containment on a company’s bottom line. He is dedicated to writing, speaking, and masterminding with others for the purpose of continuous improvement in an area so vitally important to companies and individuals.
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