Human factors: Behavioural safety
In recent years there has been an increase in the use of behavioural safety or behaviour modification approaches to safety. There is a wide range of programmes available, but they generally involve the definition of safe / unsafe behaviours, observations of behaviours and feedback / reinforcement of behaviours.
- Behavioural safety and major accident hazards: Magic bullet or shot in the dark? Conference Proceedings, Hazards XVIII Symposium, Anderson, M. (2004). 24 November 2004. IChemE, UMIST, Manchester.
- Behaviour modification programmes: establishing best practice Offshore Technology Report 048. Fleming, M. & Lardner, R. (2001). HSE Books, ISBN 0 7176 1920 6.
- Strategies to promote safe behaviour as part of a health and safety management system. HSE Contract Research Report CRR430, Fleming, M. & Lardner, R. (2002). HSE Books, ISBN 0 7176 2352 1