Behavior-Based Safety (BBS)
Instructions and Grading Rubric
This project addresses the application of the scientific methods of Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) to improving intervention. Pick a job at your place of work or a job that relates to this material, and discuss how the DO IT Method can aid in improving the behavior of employee(s).
The project is required to be a minimum of 500-600 words (or a minimum of 2 pages and a maximum of 4 pages) double-spaced. You should follow APA style and referencing guidelines and choose articles from journals available on the CSU Online Library database. You may also use any website as a resource.
The Ebsco Database (Business Source Complete) is the best source of journals for safety related articles. Students can access the CSU Online Library resources at the following link: https://mycsu.columbiasouthern.edu/dept/library/ContentDetail.aspx?id=b41c9b88-48a2-4f26-8d9b-decff5a7f387&b=0
This project will be graded based on the CSU Grading Rubric for all types of papers. To view the rubric, click here.
CSU requires that students use the APA format in writing course papers. Therefore, the APA rules for formatting, quoting, paraphrasing, citing, and listing of sources are to be followed. A document titled CSU APA Guidelines Summaryis available for you to download from the Writing Resources Link, found in the Student Resources area of the MyCSU Student Portal. This document provides links to several internet sites that provide comprehensive information on APA formatting, including examples and sample papers.
Need someone to review your first essay response, paper, or do you have questions about APA? The Columbia Southern University Writing Center provides effective academic writing support via email or appointments by telephone. Writing Tutors at the Writing Center provide feedback on your writing at any stage of the writing process. You can submit a draft to the Online Tutor any time, any day, and from anywhere by submitting the Writing Center Request Form in the myCSU Student Portal. (Click the Online Forms tab. From the Online Forms page, click the Courses link. Select Writing Center Request.)