|Behavior-Based Safety Driving: Improve Your Driving With the B-BS Protocol
|Monday, May 25, 2020
|11:00 AM–11:50 AM
|Marriott Marquis, Level M4, Liberty I-L
|Area: OBM; Domain: Applied Research
|Chair: Nicole Gravina (University of Florida)
|CE Instructor: Fabio Tosolin, Ph.D.
|Presenting Author: FABIO TOSOLIN (A.A.R.B.A. - Association for the Advancement of Radical Behavior Analysis)
In recent years technological progress has made it possible to design more and more modern vehicles that satisfy new safety standards required by society and law. Despite this and the many awareness-raising campaigns aimed at promoting safer driving in line with contemporary society values, the number of driving accidents has been far from zero. One reason is surely because very few have so far considered the matter from a behavioral point of view. The development of an app to deliver consequences to drivers is an essential but small part of a wide-ranging project that must necessarily involve all the relevant stakeholders, if we really want to impact our driving habits.
|Instruction Level: Intermediate
OBMers, entrepreneurs with truck-fleets, HSE and logistics managers
|Learning Objectives: PENDING
|FABIO TOSOLIN (A.A.R.B.A. - Association for the Advancement of Radical Behavior Analysis)
|Fabio Tosolin is the behavior analyst and consultant that since the 1980s has been introducing, spreading and applying Behavior Analysis and Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) principles both in Italy and Europe. In 1985, he founded his own consulting company, FT&A, that is specialized in Performance Management, Learning Technologies and Behavior-Based Safety (B-BS), for the last of which he’s also a referent of European level. His company counts hundreds of PM and B-BS processes implemented in plants and construction sites in Italy and around the world. He is currently professor of Human Factor in HSEQ Management at the Safety Engineering Master’s Degree course, Faculty of Industrial Processes, at Polytechnic of Milano and president of the Italian Associate Chapter of ABAI, made of both the oldest and largest Italian Behavior Analysis Scientific Societies (AARBA and AIAMC). Since 2003 he’s also chair of the European Scientific Conference on OBM, PM & B-BS, held by AARBA. In 2019 he received the SABA Award for his significant contribution to the international dissemination/development of Behavior Analysis.