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5 steps for building an effective Behaviour-Based Safety (BBS) System

Behavior-based safety (BBS) is the process of conducting routine safety observations to give management and employees a picture of overall organizational safety. BBS is successful because it encourages and cultivates safety-promoting behavior among individual employees. Since it promotes individual and peer accountability, tracking behavior-based safety is an integral part of creating a culture of safety.  […]

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Roundtable Recap: The common pain points of a safety professional and technology-driven solutions

The Donesafe journey – Matthew Browne, CEO & Co-Founder “The plan was to build a tech-solution with the dream to support professionals globally!”  Matthew Browne, CEO & Co-Founder The origin of the company began with the need to find a solution to the problems Browne faced as a safety professional, plus the responses in pursuit […]

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As a safety professional, do you face the same challenges as your peers?

We interviewed 60+ safety professionals within our community on the challenges faced with workplace health and safety. Do you compare notes with other safety professionals and how do you benchmark against the expert-led leaders in safety? Well… take comfort in the fact that we’ve done the research for you and have answers. Top 3 challenges […]

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Case Study: How the McDonald’s EHS team raised the profile of safety and increased employee participation

Quick Links Safety culture soars, 95% acceptance from employees – go How McDonald’s implemented Donesafe – go Employee engagement with safety increases by 500% – go “If you have time to lean, you have time to clean”, goes the famous McDonald’s catch cry. But in an environment where every second counts, how does that leave […]

How making oil rig workers cry created an 84% reduction in incidents

In 1997, Shell began work on the world’s deepest offshore oil rig; Ursa. This monster of a project would cost $1.45 billion and stand 48 stories tall. The men who worked on this project were no strangers to workplace injuries and death; it had all become part of the job. If someone died, they were afforded […]

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