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Lean Behavior-Based Safety ® training video series
These videos provide the rationale and strategy of Lean Behavior-Based Safety® methods for management, the workforce, and observers to visually describe the process so that it is easy to understand and to quickly get everyone on-board with the process. It also describes common situations that can lead BBS to success or failure. These videos are designed to supplement other discussions on-site either before, during, or after a BBS process has been implemented.
Lean Behavior-Based Safety® Management Overview (Duration 13 minutes) Individuals in a leadership position must understand how and why this process works and learn the implementation and sustainability principles that lead to BBS success and failure.
Lean Behavior-Based Safety® Workforce Briefing (Duration 6 minutes) This video will explain what BBS is, the benefits of BBS, how the process works, what a BBS process does and doesn't do or target, the four vital elements to create and ensure trust in the process.
Lean Behavior-Based Safety® Observer Training (Duration 16 minutes, 49 minutes) The first section of the video explains the goals and the steps of performing an effective observation. Part two of the video has a customizable menu of examples of common behaviors (both safe and at-risk) from BBS checklists.
Lean Behavior-Based Safety® Pareto Analysis (Duration 9 minutes) This is a collection of three videos that are designed to supplement the Lean BBS® training materials by explaining crucial concepts that some internal consultants and facilitators find challenging. "The Cliff Analogy" "Probability" and "Pareto Analysis" videos are also included.
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