2012: Fabio Tosolin

Association for the Advancement of Radical Behavior Analysis

Behavioral safety is a well-studied intervention protocol that is gaining popularity among multinational companies. Many so-called “safety professionals” are providing consultation and other services without the behavior analysis background needed to design and implement effective processes. Poor practices unfairly reflect on behavior analysis as a whole. For these reasons the Association for the Advancement of Radical Behavior Analysis (AARBA) and the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies (CCBS) worked to define requirements for certifying behavior-based safety processes. This action was essential before a non-behavioral safety institute attempted to define these requirements. The goal is for the AARBA-CCBS requirements to eventually become international standards adopted by certification bodies. The SABA grant supported expenses associated with copyright fees, postage, and legal consultation.


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