Tag: behavior based safety

February 17, 2020
How Force Multiplication Can Change Safety Behavior

Social Proof: How Force Multiplication Can Change Safety Behavior

Manufacturing is an ever-changing, fast-paced world for safety leaders. It has been said that a great leader gets people to do what needs to be done without demanding it. A worker must feel that the decision to act is coming from themselves and not because management suggested the idea. This leadership tool is what is known as "Social Proof".
September 23, 2015
The Hallmark of a Well-led Organization: How Well it Responds to Incidents and “Failures”

The Hallmark of a Well-led Organization: How Well it Responds to Incidents and “Failures”

Scholars and experts have said for decades that virtually all incidents are not caused by errors and human behavior, yet most managers still believe it and most organizations still operate that way. Investigations proceed that way. Even enlightened investigations invite managers to go beyond worker behavior as the cause and look for other ’causes’ such as supervisor accountability.
July 15, 2015
Safety Leadership (Not Behaviour-Based Safety) is the Pathway to Change Worker Behaviour

Safety Leadership (Not Behavior-Based Safety) is the Pathway to Change Worker Behaviour

What if people in your organization became the engine of learning for your company, not the engine of productivity? What if the extraordinary leadership historically focused on driving the goals of production were now turned to transformational leadership beginning with safety?
July 7, 2015
Behaviour-Based Safety to Build a Safety Culture

JMJ to Co-Present “Behaviour-Based Safety to Build a Safety Culture” at KISS 2015

JMJ Founder & Partner Mike Goddu will speak as part of a panel on International Seminar on “Behavior-Based Safety Approaches for Establishing a Safety Culture” during the 33rd annual Korea International Safety and Health Show (KISS), held on the 7th of July, 2015.
June 18, 2015
Australia and Korea: the Drive for Production Could Continue to Produce Tragic Consequences

Australia and Korea: the Drive for Production Could Continue to Produce Tragic Consequences

In the next month, Mike Goddu will be speaking to audiences in Perth, Australia and Seoul, Korea on Leading Safety Differently. Here he explores these two different cultures, and how there is a similar need and opportunity for Safety Leadership.