Following the recent release of a one-page summary of results and conclusions from the Process Safety Survey conducted earlier this year, a more detailed survey analysis report is now available.

Developed by the Process Safety Working Group, the on-line survey was issued to member companies in May 2016 with the aim of establishing a baseline of “where we are currently at” in terms of process safety awareness across our industry in Queensland. 1,118 people from a range of member companies completed the survey and a one-page summary of the results and conclusions was issued in September.



The survey analysis report will be of interest to those who would like to delve more deeply into the survey data and who wish to gain a more detailed understanding of the survey results and conclusions. Safer Together member companies can access the report here.

Member companies are encouraged to reflect on whether the outcomes of the survey match what they would expect as the outcomes from within their own company and to use the survey findings to help inform development of their process safety improvement plan.

The Process Safety Working Group is planning a series of focussed campaigns in 2017 on topics that are directly linked to the survey findings. Following this, the survey will be repeated with the aim of getting all member companies to participate and a greater proportion of responses from people who work in an operating environment. The more people that participate, the more useful the survey will be in providing valuable insights across the whole of our industry.

For more information about the survey click here.

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