Organisations have a legal, financial and ethical obligation to create safe environments for their employees, customers and the public. To build a more engaged, safer corporate culture requires an ongoing commitment to:
- Hiring the right people
- Educating employees at all levels
- Driving a safety culture from the top
Our primary organisation-level diagnostic for safety, the Safety Climate Survey, identifies ways to improve the safety culture of your workplace. This survey captures anonymous feedback from employees, provides a critical safety risk analysis and measures key safety attitudes across the organisation, providing insight into areas requiring improvement.
The Safety Climate Survey measures the following safety awareness indices:
• Management Safety Attitudes – How aware is management of safety issues?
• Supervisor Safety Attitudes – How aware are supervisors of safety issues?
• Company Safety Attitudes – Is the company aware of safety issues?
• Co-worker Safety – Do my colleagues work safely?
• Equipment and Training – Do we have adequate training and/or safe equipment?
• Compliance versus Commitment – Is the company dedicated to improving safety?
• Measurement – Is safety adequately measured?
• Culture – Does the company regularly communicate their expectations regarding safety issues?
• Myself – Do I value safety and/or feel that my company is a safe place to work?
• Company engagement – Does the company connect with the employees on topics of safety?