What is a Safety Culture? Safety Culture refers to the ways safety issues are addressed in the workplace. It often reflects the attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and values that employees share in relation to safety. In other words, “the way we do safety around here.”
 
Cultural Safety Excellence helps ensure regulatory compliance, prevents human pain and suffering, lowers cost related to employee injuries and equipment failures, maintains your company’s reputation, customer relations and ultimately your right to operate. For companies governed by Process Safety Management, Cultural Safety provides a foundation for excellence in Process Safety.
 
This survey is focused on benchmarking organizations on their current safety culture.  People who take part in this survey will receive a free copy of the report we generate from the survey results.

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* 1. In what industry sector does your company primarily operate? (check all that apply)

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* 2. Roughly how many full-time employees does your organization (across all locations) have?

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* 3. What best describes the position you are in with your company?

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* 4. How would you rank each of the following, in order of importance
to senior management (with 1 being most important and 4 being least important)?

  1 2 3 4
Production
Quality
Costs
Safety

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* 5. Please consider your current organization, and indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements based on the ranking scale listed.

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree Don't know
Supervisors/managers are trusted to be fair and just.
Supervisors/managers prioritize their time they spend with their employees.
There are sufficient safety resources to provide adequate advice and safety expertise to the site.
Management prioritizes safety above production goals when the two conflict.
Supervisors/managers believe that a cultural safety program is more than just meeting a recordable injury target.
Supervisors/managers are held personally accountable for the safety performance of their organization.
Employees are empowered to stop work when faced with unsafe conditions.
Employees feel confident that identifying safety issues will be seen as a positive contribution.
Operating procedures address all operating modes including normal operations, shutdown, startup, emergency operations, and non-routine operations.
Performance feedback programs such as audits, workplace observations, employee surveys, and assessments are conducted periodically.
Supervisors/managers possess the skills, passion, and drive to continuously improve safety.
Safety performance metrics are shared with all employees, clearly understood, and updated frequently.
Safety professionals are seen as valued advisors and not safety cops or viewed as being in opposition to progress.

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* 6. How well are Safety Policies and Procedures followed? Select one that applies.

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* 7. To what extent are injuries, safety incidents, and near misses reported? Select one that applies.

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* 8. To what extent are behavioral based observations (observing employees and having conversations about safety) and condition based observations (observing the condition within which employees are conducting work) being performed to improve safety? Select the answer that best applies.

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* 9. Considering your current organization, how would you rank the following using the ranking scale listed below? 
(1-Excellent, 2-Good, 3-Satisfactory, 4-Poor, 5-Very Poor)

  1 - Excellent 2 - Good 3 - Satisfactory 4 - Poor 5 - Very Poor
Housekeeping in the facility
The quality of Safety Meetings
The quality of the injury, incident and near-miss investigation process
The effectiveness of the site’s Safety Management System (Policies, procedures, safety committees, safety communications, employee involvement, etc.)
The overall safety performance of your site

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* 10. To what extent is Management System Software being used to help implementation, data collection, analysis, reporting, and recordkeeping? Select the one that applies.

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* 11. What are the capabilities of your company/facility’s management system software: Select all that apply.

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* 12. Are the capabilities of your company/facility's management system software integrated into one system?

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