Terry McSween, Ph.D – Preventing Serious Injury: How Can BBS Contribute?
Behavior based safety (BBS) has become a widely known practice throughout organizations as a way to reduce accidents and injuries in the workplace. Dr. McSween’s presentation highlights why BBS may not be working to prevent serious injuries and how this problem can be addressed.
Terry McSween, Ph.D.is CEO/President of Quality Safety Edge (QSE). In 1990, Terry founded QSE, a company that specializes in the application of behavioral technology to create employee-driven safety and quality improvement efforts.
Terry is the developer of Values-Based Safety™, which creates ownership for organizational change through local-level employee involvement in the safety design process.
Considered one of the world’s leading authorities in behavior-based safety, Terry has 30-plus years of experience consulting in educational, institutional, and business settings. He is the recipient of local and national awards for his work in behavioral safety and is actively involved with a number of business and professional organizations including the Board of Trustees for the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, the Association for Behavior Analysis, the American Society for Safety Engineers, and the Texas Association for Behavior Analysis.
This presentation was recorded at the 2014 Behavior Safety Now Conference in Buffalo, NY.