Please review the statements below and select the one that you think best describes employees' perspectives overall on the current state of safety within your organisation.
Question 1 of 7
Hazard awareness is...
limited, due to lack of knowledge or indifference.
sufficient, with controls put in place only when management is looking.
generally high, with controls put in place regardless of management presence.
high, with teams supporting one another to assess and control.
very high, with information shared broadly across the company.
Question 2 of 7
Safety procedures are...
seen as a way for the company to avoid blame for incidents.
seen as a 'tick and flick' exercise.
seen as a useful tool in keeping people safe.
valued and commonly discussed amongst teams.
valued and reviewed based on worker feedback.
Question 3 of 7
Safety training is...
generally seen as a waste of time.
attended when mandated by management.
willingly attended by workers.
discussed by teams in an effort to apply skills and concepts at work.
a valued activity for employee development and organisational improvement.
Question 4 of 7
Workers take responsibility for safety...
rarely; typically workers shift responsibility to the safety department or others.
when it is mandated by company procedures and management is looking.
even when management is not around.
and take on extra responsibilities to benefit their team.
by going above and beyond to drive safety initiatives.
Question 5 of 7
Incidents and errors are...
covered up due to fear.
reported if they cannot be ignored.
reported to improve workplace safety.
discussed by workers to share learnings as a team.
communicated broadly by the business to share lessons learned.
Question 6 of 7
Managers spend time onsite...
rarely; they see no value in spending time with workers
only if they are required to as part of a mandatory safety observation process.
occasionally; to support workplace safety through formal observational processes.
regularly, to demonstrate care and commitment to workers.
regularly, to demonstrate care, build trust and contribute to organisational improvement.
Question 7 of 7
During times of high workload, supervisors...
may direct workers to violate safety procedures to meet targets.
will turn a blind eye to safety violations.
may inadvertently reduce their focus on safety.
demonstrate an equal balance on safety and production.
have adequate resources to do the job both safely and on time, due to prior forecasting and planning.
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