"The Process Audit is designed to measure the vital signs of the site itself and the Behavior-Based Safety process at the site."
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A process audit is a study of a site that is already doing Behavior-Based Safety. It is designed to measure the vital signs of the site itself and the Behavior-Based Safety process at the site. The study culminates in a report that outlines the site and Behavior-Based Safety process strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The report then goes on to make recommendations on how to strengthen the site and the Behavior-Based Safety process in ways that will enhance success and ensure sustainability.
Who should use it:
Every company who has been doing Behavior-Based Safety for two years or more, regardless of how Behavior-Based Safety was implemented or which consulting company was used.
The audit gives you a status report on your Behavior-Based Safety investment and a plan to keep your process viable while strengthening your site processes in general. Many sites let their process die before discovering that it was ill.
It costs money and takes some resources to complete.
Difference between ProAct Safety® and others:
ProAct Safety® is the only company that is really capable of objectively looking at a process implemented by another consulting company. ProAct Safety® is familiar with all the major methods of implementation and all the major Behavior-Based Safety consulting companies. We won't just tell you that you didn't do it our way. We can tell you all your options and readily understand why you did it the way you did in the first place.
Please contact us for more information.