Safety Culture Survey
A survey across the industry to assess and measure safety culture maturity and identify key areas for focus and improvement.
The Safety Culture Survey is an engagement tool broadly based on safety leadership characteristics defined by the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers. It's a tool that provides direct accessibility to all of your workforce - even if they are spread far and wide - and a systematic, efficient way of obtaining their views and ideas.
As a member organisation you can activate a user account by registering and purchasing your survey credits here.
Once your account is activated you can set up your groups and surveys to suit how you would like engage with your workforce. A User Guide is available online or for download from your account area.
Materials are available to help communicating your company participation in the Safety Culture Survey. These include:
The next step is undertaking the Survey and measuring your company's safety culture by issuing your workforce a Survey code.
Results are available in real time from the Survey dashboard. The results can be filtered in a number of ways so you can valuable insights and identify key areas to engage with your workforce for focus and improvement.
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Safety Culture Survey – develop and undertake a survey across the industry to assess and measure safety culture maturity and identify key areas for focus and improvement.
Leadership drives safety culture, which in turn drives safe behaviour. Understanding the baseline safety culture across the industry is difficult to determine by analysing outputs from a variety of different surveys from a wide range of companies.
Develop and provide to member companies a cost effective safety culture survey that both provides a consistent assessment and comparison across the industry and industry sectors (benchmarking) and also specific insight at the company or work team level. Aid member companies and the industry more broadly to identify improvement opportunities and develop targeted action plans.
The Working Group launched the Safety Culture Survey Tool at the Industry Safety Forum on the 6th of December, 2016.
- Industry level analytical reports at June 2017 Industry Safety Forum