A Ciência da Segurança Comportamental (BBS)

 In Segurança Comportamental

Carlos Massera
Coach em Comportamento Seguro, Liderança e Cultura de Segurança

O maior motivo para o Processo de Segurança Comportamental (BBS) ser tão efetivo é a sua base científica. As referências e os links para uma grande variedade de pesquisas na Psicologia do Comportamento, Psicologia social aplicadas à Psicologia da Segurança segue abaixo.

Agosto de 2011: Infelizmente, os links para o acesso destes documentos científicos publicados ou hospedados pela “Sciencedirect” (Accident Analysis and Prevention, Applied Ergonomics, Journal of Occupational Accidents, Jnl of Safety Research, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, Safety Science) mudam constantemente, assim alguns podem não funcionar. Nós nos desculpamos, mas este aspecto está fora de nosso controle.

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Carlos Massera é um consultor de gestão e comportamento, palestrante em Segurança e Liderança. Autor de “7 Fatores para o Sucesso de Seu Programa Comportamental, ” O que é a Segurança Comportamental”, “Como a Liderança Garante a Melhoria para a Segurança”  e o seu livro mais novo a ser lançado na Amazon “Aumentando a Percepção dos Riscos”.  Ele é um especialista em como alcançar as pessoas – como falar com elas para ouvirem e entenderem.  Clique aqui para obter mais informações e para conversar sobre as  suas necessidades com o Carlos Massera.

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