All organisations have safety goals, objectives and strategies, which are supposed to be implemented through Safety Management Systems. Even with all the policies, procedures, investigations, and safety hardware, accidents still occur. And 80-90% of the accidents and incidents are attributed to unsafe behaviour amongst employees (Cox, Jones, & Rycraft, 2004). We believe that one of the most important parts of safety management is understanding human behaviour and its effect on safety.
Culture Based Safety Management (CBSM) puts the safety culture at the heart of the safety management system.
The correlation between known behavioural-based risks and the outcome of the cultural measurement is translated into a Collective Human Behavioural Risks Assessment. We measure and analyse both your company culture and the impact of national culture to help you meet your safety goals. The outcome is calculated and reflected on 5 Safety Culture Dimensions: