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Organizational Cases on Behavior Based Safety (bbs) Management in India


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1 Department of psychology, S.N.D.T. Women's University, Mumbai, India
     

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This article is a part of an on-going national action research survey of behavior based safety (BBS) in India including 1750 executives and 713 workers in 57 multi-national organizations based on an in-depth group interviews and a structured questionnaire using open-ended questions. This paper includes a number of original case studies and field observations selected during BBS training interventions in a period of twelve years between 1997 and 2009 across Indian organizations (such as petroleum, steel, cement, power, chemical etc.) which shall be highly useful in application of the concept and process of BBS for human resource / safety professionals and everyone who is concerned about correcting unsafe behaviors for reduction of accidents and promoting safe behaviors for developing injury-free culture in their organizations.

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BBS, Unsafe and Safe Behavior, Observation, Indian, Case Studies
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H. L. Kaila
Department of psychology, S.N.D.T. Women's University, Mumbai, India

Abstract


This article is a part of an on-going national action research survey of behavior based safety (BBS) in India including 1750 executives and 713 workers in 57 multi-national organizations based on an in-depth group interviews and a structured questionnaire using open-ended questions. This paper includes a number of original case studies and field observations selected during BBS training interventions in a period of twelve years between 1997 and 2009 across Indian organizations (such as petroleum, steel, cement, power, chemical etc.) which shall be highly useful in application of the concept and process of BBS for human resource / safety professionals and everyone who is concerned about correcting unsafe behaviors for reduction of accidents and promoting safe behaviors for developing injury-free culture in their organizations.

Keywords


BBS, Unsafe and Safe Behavior, Observation, Indian, Case Studies



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15614/ijpp%2F2010%2Fv1i1-2%2F49776