"...the phrase behavior-based safety refers strictly refers to the use of applied behavior analysis methods to achieve continuous improvement in safety performance. These methods include identifying and operationally defining critical safety-related behaviors, observing to gather data on the frequency of those behaviors, providing feedback, and using the gathered data for continuous improvement." The Behavior-Based Safety Process by Thomas R. Krause. Van Nostrand.
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