Safety Climate Survey
The health of an organisation’s safety system is reflective of its wellbeing and front line leader engagement.
The Safety Climate Survey identifies critical factors that provide a window into the safety climate of your workplace. This confidential information provided by your employees will identify key safety issues that when addressed, will improve organisational safety. Results of the survey give a critical risk analysis that input into your company’s planning cycle and safety strategy development.
The report provides leadership with clear feedback on safety awareness, key behaviours and potential consequences of poor safety behaviours.
Employees responded to 40 Safety Awareness items designed to assess the organisation’s safety climate from their perspective. Items are ranked from 1 to 40, with 1 representing the greatest strength. A benchmark score allows an organisation to gauge its safety performance compared to other organisations who have also completed the survey.
Employees identify Key Priorities, which represent specific areas where the organisation can improve its safety standards, such as making employees more accountable for safety and hiring safer employees. The survey consists of 18 possible priorities.
Safety Behaviours, Consequences and Rectifications
Employees can respond to open-ended questions. For example, participants can describe an example of the best and worst safety-related behaviour they had seen at work in the last 12 months as well as how they thought safety could be improved.
Specific, actionable recommendations to improve safety are provided in the report to guide management in enhancing the safety culture at the plant level. An annual deployment can measure progress in improving safety culture.
Survey deployment moves through six stages to action planning based on sound data.