1. Management

Welcome to the J. Smith Lanier Safety Culture survey for R. L. Jordan Oil Company and Hot Spot Convenient stores. The purpose of this anonymous survey is to identify gaps in how the safety culture is perceived at your company. Your company has hired JSL to administer this survey and provide the feedback based on the results of everyone's combined surveys. This survey is completely anonymous and individual results cannot be traced to the location of origin. Only the cumulative responses will be shared with your employer. Please complete this short survey and provide us with your honest feedback. Your opinion matters and can help improve safety at your company."

1. Safety - Employees

  Never/Rarely Seldom Sometimes Often Always/Almost Always
Unsafe conditions are corrected immediately
When Employees see a hazard it is corrected or reported
Employees are free to bring up safety concerns without fear for their jobs or other retribution
Appropriate resources are provided to correct and eliminate hazards
When safety meetings are held, they are an effective use of employees' time
Safety observations and inspections are performed on a regular basis
Jobsites have a formal process of safety audits or observations
The company identifies and responds to "near-misses"
Annual performance reviews are performed for employees
Employees seen working unsafe are generally given corrective feedback by their co-workers
Working safely is a priority at job locations
Information needed to work safe is given to all employees
Employees feel pressured to take risks or short cuts
Employees know how to do their job safely

2. Safety - Management

  Never/Rarely Seldom Sometimes Often Always/Almost Always
Management measures the safety efforts of supervision
Supervisors face consequences for poor safety performance
Management recognizes and rewards good safety performance
Supervisors regularly observe employees to make sure they are working safely
Management speaks to employees about safety concerns
Supervisors believe that safety is as equally important as production
Supervisors actively look out for hazards
Supervisors provide positive feedback to employees for working safely
Management is present at the jobsites
Management does not place blame for accidents on the injured employee

3. Employee Involvement

  Never/Rarely Seldom Sometimes Often Always/Almost Always
All employees are involved in the safety process

4. Performance Reviews

  Never/rarely Seldom Sometimes Often Always/Almost Always
Safety is measured in annual performance reviews

5. Policy

  Highly Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Highly Agree
My Company has a formal disciplinary policy that is used for safety violations

6. Incentives

  Highly Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Highly Agree
Our Company has a safety incentive or reward program

7. Goals

  Highly Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Highly Agree
There are safety goals in place for the company

8. Other

  Highly Disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Highly Agree
Employees would be interested in a stretching program each morning before work to reduce strain injuries
Employees' safety responsibilities have been thoroughly explained to them by management
Our Company has a drug policy that requires preemployment, random, and post accident drug and alcohol testing
Management believes safety is as important as production
It is the responsibility of each employee to seek out opportunities to prevent injury
Employees are willing to warn co-workers about working unsafely
Safety training is provided frequently enough for employees to perform their job safely
First aid cases do not go unreported
Employees would feel comfortable if their work practices were observed and recorded by a co-worker

9. How frequently are safety meetings held?

10. Company Overview

  Never/rarely Seldom Sometimes Often Always/Almost Always
Employees have positive views about the company