ABS Behavior-Based Safety Awareness & Implementations

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(RM007) Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Implementation – Copy

(HF003) Behavior-Based Safety – Awareness & Implementation – Copy

Behavior-Based Safety: Awareness and Implementation
Course HF003
Behavior-based safety (BBS) is a broad term used to encompass everything from basic employee behavior audits and feedback to a comprehensive safety management system. The overarching goal is to support or change a company’s safety culture.
This course is intended to enhance participants’ understanding of the fundamentals of occupational health and safety, as well as concepts and methodology to effectively implement and sustain a BBS system.
Participants will practice observation techniques designed to improve behavior patterns, thereby reducing workplace activity risk.
Highlights
This one-day interactive course includes workshops and case studies to enhance understanding of behavior-based safety. Topics include:
• Purpose of BBS
• Fundamentals of BBS
• Safety performance and safety culture
• Recognizing at-risk behaviors
• Implementing BBS and observation techniques
• Developing BBS checklists
• Sustaining a BBS system

Incident Investigation and
Root Cause Analysis Implementation
Course RM007
Many incidents, hazardous occurrences, and near misses on maritime assets are caused by human errors
and can result in considerable losses.
Learning lessons from previous incidents and putting preventive measures in place to make sure they do not
happen again is the key to loss prevention.
To achieve this, various contributory factors and root causes must be properly identified and understood.
Highlights
In this two-day course, experienced instructors will explain the principles covering root cause analysis.
Through a series of workshops, participants will be shown a systematic and practical model of an incident
investigation program that will help them implement a similar or derived version in their own organizations.
 Describe the fundamentals of incident investigation and the stages involved
 Gather and preserve the data needed to carry out an incident investigation
 Conduct investigation interviews in an effective manner
 Sort and analyze all the
various data obtained in
the investigation process
 Apply root cause
analysis techniques and
identify the causal factors
and their root causes
 Prepare an incident
investigation report
with conclusions and
recommendations

 

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