The Effectiveness of the Behavior-Based Safety Program at Jacobs Sverdrup's NASA Langley Rome Contract
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
STEM Education & Professional Studies
Occupational and Technical Studies
Ritz, John M.
To guide this problem, the following hypothesis was established: 1. There was a direct correlation between the number of behavior based safety observations performed and safety incident rates of the employees under the ROME contract.
Mettert, Tony A., "The Effectiveness of the Behavior-Based Safety Program at Jacobs Sverdrup's NASA Langley Rome Contract" (2006). OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers. 117.