Over the years, BBS has been applied successfully by many researchers in various settings such as clinical medicine (Dickerson et al., 2010), manufacturing (Hermann et al., 2010), mining (Hickman & Geller, 2003) and institution office (Al-Hemoud & Al-Asfoor, 2006). Moreover, BBS was found to be a promising way to further prevent accidents. Many researchers analysed the OSH records of enterprises which implemented BBS and the results revealed a significant decrease in incidents across groups following the BBS implementation (see e.g. Krause et al., 1999).
|Title of host publication||Safety and Reliability: Methodology and Applications|
|Editors||Tomasz Nowakowski, Marek Mlyncza, Anna Jodejko-Pietruczuk, Sylwia Werbinska-Wojciechowska|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2014|
Masi, D., & Trucco, P. (2014). Manufacturing and supply chain/logistic systems Continuous monitoring of at-risk behaviours: A risk-based statistical control method. In T. Nowakowski, M. Mlyncza, A. Jodejko-Pietruczuk, & S. Werbinska-Wojciechowska (Eds.), Safety and Reliability: Methodology and Applications Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.1201/b17399