*Free 30 minute presentation! Due to presentation length, not eligible for CE Credit
This presentation was filmed at the 2014 Behavior Safety Now Conference in Buffalo, NY.
About the presentation:
Checklists, behavioral observations, BBS teams, leadership support, employee engagement, culture change—one often hears these terms when talking about behavior-based safety. However, what do these words really mean and why do we need them? The answer? It’s all about behavior. Join Dr. Angelica Grindle as she discusses the key features of successful behavior-based safety processes, the rationale behind them, and ways in which you can design a new process for success or maximize the impact of your existing one.
About the presenter:
Angelica C. Grindle, Ph.D. is a Senior Vice President for Quality Safety Edge. Dr. Grindle has successfully designed, implemented, and evaluated behavioral and process improvement systems in a wide variety of organizational settings. Her industry experience includes construction, mining, manufacturing, utilities, oil and gas, automotive, paper, and health care. As a Ph.D. level behavior analyst, Dr. Grindle specializes in the application of behavioral science technology to improving workplace safety and other key organizational objectives. She focuses on ensuring strategic initiatives align with key processes, are customized to work with unique organizational needs, and are supported by key stakeholders. She is also the co-developer of BBS Essentials®, a product which enables small companies to reduce the time and manpower required to design and implement behavioral safety processes.