behaviour based safety

July 15, 2015
Safety Leadership (Not Behaviour-Based Safety) is the Pathway to Change Worker Behaviour

Safety Leadership (Not Behaviour-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.
November 5, 2014
What Tennis Reveals About the Limits of Behaviour-based Safety

What Tennis Reveals About the Limits of Behavior-based Safety

Organisations that have invested in behavioural-based programs to improve safety performance have reaped benefits, but the benefits have flat-lined. It is time to evolve. I believe the evolution will cost no more (and likely less) than current investments and can break through the current “plateau” of safety performance.
October 27, 2014
A Fatal Attraction: The Case Against Behaviour-based Safety Approaches

A Fatal Attraction: The Case Against Behavior-based Safety Approaches

Professor Sidney Dekker of Griffiths University, Todd Conklin of Los Alamos Laboratory and other current thought leaders in safety rail against behavior-based approaches. Still, behavior-based thinking remains at the foundation of safety in the construction industry worldwide.