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Having an engaged workforce through a Behavior Based Safety Culture that optimizes Human Performance is one of the key drivers of sustainable safety excellence.

Behavior Based Safety (BBS) aim is to promote a culture of safe and positive working habits reflected in proactive conduct through observation, while working to promote and maintain consistent safe behavior and preventing incidents so each employee feels secure in their work and in their daily responsibilities.  Human Performance (HP) is a field of study related to human process improvement methodologies such as lean management, Six Sigma, lean Six Sigma, organization development, motivation, instructional technology, human factors, learning, performance support systems, knowledge management, and training. It is focused on improving performance both in terms of efficiency (lean) and effectiveness (Six Sigma), at the organizational, process, and individual performer levels. 

There has been significant discussion in the safety realm over whether BBS or HP is the superior approach to minimizing risk while maximizing human output.  ENERCON does not see these approaches as mutually exclusive and we have expertise and experience in creating hybrid programs designed to meet the needs of our clients and integrate with their existing values and culture.