While several version of behavior-based safety (BBS) have been around since the 1980s, few of them have truly adapted to the changing environment in which they must operate. The Lean BBS process has not only evolved, but continues to do so with each customized implementation. Making BBS fit your culture, operations, and logistical realities, rather than trying to make your company fit some idealistic model, is a key to success in today's realities.
In 2001, ProAct Safety introduced Lean BBS as a major update to traditional behavior-based safety models with a focus on providing new value with more efficient, safer work. Simply put, Lean BBS focuses on adding value to employees rather than trying to control them. Lean BBS addresses the four major issues found within the average behavior-based safety process:
I wasn’t real impressed with this addition to the proact line. The title leads you to believe it is a new better lean version but it is the same. They just added a couple paragraphs about lean and changed the title.
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