AEM Behavioral Safety Program
Welcome to AEM Behavioral Safety Portal
The AEM Behavioral Safety Portal explains the purpose, objectives, functional elements, and management of human working behavior on sites. The portal supports program, procedure, information, guides and methodologies of behavioural safety program.
Note: No one is allowed to copy, distribute, perform or display all or part of the program, records, guides, etc. to external parties without the permission of AEM's appointed behavioural safety consultant , BSD Professionals. For permission to use any part of the program, records, guides, etc., please visit http://bsdprofessionals.webs.com/.
Behavioral Safety Procedure, Form and Report Templates
Field Services Records Factory Operations Working Records
China Site Singapore Factory Records
Participant's Certificate Build Team Observation and Intervention Rules
Costa Rica Site Checklist Submission Observing and intervening unsafe practices on site
Performance Report Build / Testing team perform their activities. Every
Data Analysis Report staff shall observe and intervene each other - i.e. cross observation/intervention
Training Attendance For performance report and checklist submission, individual team shall only
Participant's Certificate record its own staff and focus its own performance whilst senior management
Malaysia Site shall evaluate the entire teams’ performance and take necessary actions to
Checklist Submission improve safe practices on the factory.
Data Analysis Report Malaysia Factory
United States Site
AEM Behavioral Safety Program was developed in accordance to e-Book entitled, 'BSD 727-07-27-003 A Practical Guide on Behavioral Safety - There's Nothing New About It' written by author, David Tan of BSD Professionals. This behavioral safety program provides the strength, flexibility and appropriate basis for the development of a sustainable safety program.
The practical recommendations of this behavioral safety program are intended for use by all those who have responsibility for AEM Workplace Safety and Health Management System. The program are not legal binding and are not intended to replace national laws, regulations or accepted standards.
AEM's most senior management and behavioral safety coordinator on site are accountable for and has a duty to organize implementation of the program.