September 28, 2022 | 2:30PM ET
Many Behavior Based Safety (BBS) and observation processes have become standard processes driven primarily by checklists. Over-reliance on these checklists to guide observations can introduce visual biases or limits to what we see and the interpretations that we make. Absent continuous improvement in the BBS and observation processes, BBS can become stale and less impactful than desired. Using Visual Literacy tools to assess behaviors and when needed correct at-risk behaviors is a more challenging, more fluid and dynamic scenario than merely looking for hazardous physical conditions.
Pete is an industry-leading and global environmental health, safety, and physical security executive with a progressive career history and quantifiable track record of success. He has a consistent record of positioning programs and employees for success while bridging cultural divides and boosting engagement levels. A master of change, Peter is able to overhaul programs, processes, and procedures while rallying teams and gaining unprecedented buy-in.
In his role with COVE, Peter serves on the Advisory Board and contributes subject matter expertise to product development. He also facilitates Visual Literacy Workshops and actively engages COVE partners and customers.