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This is an introductory behavioral safety course. It includes a review of basic behavior analytic concepts applied to safety for behavior analysts who are new to this application.
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Tuesday, 1 Feb 2022
MELBOURNE, Florida, [February 2, 2022] ABA Technologies, Inc. is delighted to announce a new initiative through Dr. Terry McSween, President of QSE, in the merging of his products into ABA Technologies, Inc. online product offerings. This new offering provides ABA Technologies, Inc. the opportunity to enter new areas where behavior-based online learning is needed.
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The purpose of this course is to introduce learners to behavior-based safety, the process of Values-Based Safety®, and the behavior-analytic principles that underlie both.
This month on Operant Innovations - Thought Leaders, we are sitting down and speaking with Dr. Scott Geller about his history shaped him into the humanistic behavioral scientist he is today and how his eclectic education lead him from the experimental analysis of behavior, to behavior-based safety, and into humanistic behaviorism.
Behavioral safety science offers simple methods for analyzing, building, and sustaining habits needed to safeguard all associates from harm—from slips, trips, and falls to infectious diseases.
“Well a lot of lives are lost on the road... We lost more people during the period of the Vietnam war on the highways than we did in Vietnam.” Ronald Van Houten
Accidents and injuries are a serious issue for some job settings and situations. While unsafe behaviors rarely lead to injuries, these behaviors have the potential to cost a company large sums of money and can lead to lifelong consequences for the victim
Monday, 16 Aug 2021 by Guest Blogger
The story of “The Courage to Actively Care” follows Joanne Cruse, the Safety Director at a large company. Joanne had implemented the strategies of behavior-based safety (BBS) to create a safer work environment for all employees at her company.
Join Dr. Scott Geller as he introduces the Actively Caring for People (AC4P) movement and how wearing the COVID Mask is showing that you actively care for people.
I won't lie. The past month has been hard. For some of you, it may have been more than the past month. Throughout this pandemic, and quarantine, it has been easy to get down on ourselves and feel as though our lives have come to a halt. This week, Dr. Geller talks to us about the intense power in which the manner we speak to ourselves plays into our day-to-day lives. Is there a way for us to "talk" ourselves out of our slumps?
Tuesday, 21 Jul 2020 by Andy Lattal, PhD
The following article appeared recently in the New York Times. It describes how police in Mumbai, India, undertook an experiment to control the excessive blowing of car horns by drivers caught in what must be nightmarish traffic in that largest of Indian cities.