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Change your culture without having to overhaul your staff or break your budget. No culture is ever too far gone to be able to reorganize it and change it. Whether you want to increase production, improve safety, engage employees or build morale, we have a solution for you. Organizational culture change, including safety culture change, starts here. Read more at www.culturecheckup.com or call 775.232.3099.
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Unable to spare the time or resources for one of our comprehensive face-to-face workshops? Relax! We have created a short self-paced on line over view of our popular Motivating Safety at Work course. This Udemy course, complete with over 30 minutes of video instruction; and supplemental materials, supporting documents, and a quiz is available conveniently and on demand. For a limited time (and only with the link found here) this course will be offered at an introductory price of $49. If you or those you work with have not had a BBS refresher within the last year, or want to better understand how to apply the Science of Behavior ...
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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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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 ...
1. Contact us at 775.232.3099 to explore various connections between Dr. Boyce’s training and experience and what you want your audience to hear, see, and do. He will customize a session for your group.
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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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Be amongst the first to hear Dr. Boyce’s NEW provocative, enlightening, and practical keynote address. Developed in response to his article of the same title just published in Mining Quarterly (click here), the talk description supplied to CBS by Dr. Boyce reads as follows: “Zero injuries isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. In fact, “zero” can lull a facility in to a sense of complacency regarding the basic necessities of injury prevention. During this edgy, yet entertaining and informative talk, Dr. Boyce will describe the downside of using traditional measures of safety such as injury-rate to evaluate safety success and also the perils of rewarding the absence of injuries as a measure of good performance. He will also ...
From the keynote speeches, panel discussions, and customized short-courses and workshops, there are a variety of ways you and your company can engage with Dr. Boyce. A few of the popular formats we can arrange include: Keynote Speech: Live, on stage featured presentation filled with practical tools, stories, and humor Short Course/Workshop: ½-day to 3-day detailed session with interactive exercises and demonstrations Panel Discussion: as a moderator or panelist, Dr. Boyce will ensure the conversation is lively, timely, and fact based A Meal with Dr. Boyce: intimate conversation over a meal Ask the Expert: advisory consultation sessions in person, over the phone, and via Skype On-Going Conversations: follow-up sessions that can be done on-site or on line Visiting Professor: Engage an expert for an ongoing educational experience Dr. Boyce’s ...
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From the Admin: We have posted a video of Dr. Boyce presenting an important message about injury prevention at a recent luncheon meeting for safety professionals. While the video is informal, the message is one that Dr. Boyce felt deserved to be heard by all of those that have worked with him and the Center for Behavioral Safety or who otherwise visit our website. We invite you to consider the value of a great talk that is meant to inspire action, conveys a strong leadership and safety message, and is done by The Triple Threat: Dr Thomas E. Boyce. Please forward this video link to your Human Resources Staff, to your meeting planners and conference coordinators, and contact us to ...
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