Why Zero Injuries Does NOT Always Mean Your Worksite is Safe


Special Limited-Time Offer!

Log in to Udemy and take our on-line course for only $8 for a limited time. Our agreement with Udemy is changing (their choice) and we will be unable to offer the course through them without following their pricing guidelines. Thus, for a limited time, we are able to offer the course for $8 which is 88% off the current price for the course. You must log into the course on or before April 3rd 2016 to take advantage of this offer. The course is self-paced and can be taken from any device, so as long as you are signed up, you can take ...

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What We Do and For Whom…

The Center for Behavioral Safety, LLC (CBSLLC) provides injury prevention and performance improvement consulting and training to commercial, not-for-profit, and government organizations. Typical clients include those whose employees may be at high risk for injury. Our processes including Curriculum Design, Culture Assessments and Change Management (www.culturecheckup.com), On Site and Public Training, and Leadership Development provide profound knowledge to all regarding human behavior and engaging employees in a system that optimizes human capacity and business outcomes.  As a certified Small Business, CBSLLC is committed to providing innovative strategies and tactics grounded in a solid foundation of behavioral science.  Learn in a cost effective way what the most successful companies in the world teach their employees! The Center for Behavioral Safety is ...

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Learn How You Can Prevent Pain and Suffering– www.motivatingsafety.com

Thank you for all you do to prevent injuries at work.  With the investment of a ½-day of your time you can join the thousands of managers, supervisors, and safety professionals like you who chose to successfully improve their safety programs regardless of how well they are currently working.  Imagine the celebration that will occur as you and your colleagues celebrate an entire year without a lost-time accident or even a recordable injury!  The secret to continuous safety improvement is in how you motivate safety at work.  This workshop will provide you with that secret that safety consultants don’t want you to know.  You will also receive strategies for how you can ...

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Motivating Safety at Work! New Session Just Scheduled

We are pleased to announce that we have added another Motivating Safety at Work session to our schedule.  The next session, Motivating Safety for Construction, will be held in Foster City, CA on February 21, 2015.  Motivating Safety at Work (for all industries) will be held on March 27, 2015, also in Foster City, CA. Over the past decade, more than 10,000 people in the United States have learned new ways to prevent injuries in this workshop.   Why not you?  Please visit www.motivatingsafety.com for more information and to register.  We look forward to seeing you there.

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thomaseboyce.com to Provide the Latest News on Dr. Boyce’s Public Appearances!

You are constantly on our minds.  And, we would not ever expect our clients to learn and do continuous improvement without doing it ourselves. Thus, as part of our own commitment to continuous improvement, we are thrilled to announce the launch of Dr. Boyce’s new public speaking website, www.thomaseboyce.com   Focusing on Dr. Boyce’s live public appearances and news, the website will keep you up-to-date on where Dr. Boyce is performing and on the latest topics in leadership, motivation, culture change, communication and, of course, safety.  Let us know how we might be able to serve you better ...

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Learn Why Regulations Alone are Sometimes NOT Enough to Improve Safety

While we acknowledge the role of enforcing rules, regulations, and policies in any comprehensive safety program, we also believe that enforcement has its limits.  120 years of behavioral science and data on mining-related fatalities collected by MSHA themselves would back-up this assertion. We are pleased to present a new brief video of Dr. Boyce sharing a story that describes a circumstance where enforcement (reprimanding at-risk behavior) is not the appropriate solution to the problem identified.  Please view the video here: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJKHYQAKnmk and share your story of a situation where enforcement would not be enough to improve safety. Contact ...

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Something to Think About

Says Dr. Thomas E. Boyce: "I advocate the use of Psychology in the workplace- in every profession, especially in Safety, Communication and Production. Test: in the U.K. High-Risk industrial employers are 6 times less likely to be injured or have a fatality. Given this I would suspect that even if not formal about it, they are more likely to use psychology in the workplace. Consider that something as simple as a break for tea in the afternoon can do wonders for employee morale and improved morale is often correlated with better employee performance."~ August 8, 2013

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