Meghan Silva/ April 5, 2019/ / 1 comments

Congratulations on taking the first step towards becoming a safer work environment!

Please take some time and answer the following questions HONESTLY. Once completed, you'll see where your business lies on our Safety Capabilities Maturity Model scale.

Once you know where you stand, we'll give you the tools and services you need to grow.

So what are you waiting for? Let's get started!

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The majority of staff accept personal responsibility for their own health and safety.

The majority of staff members are convinced that health and safety is important – from both a moral & economic view point.

Meeting your company’s TRC rate has been accomplished and management has implemented a plan to continue to drive success

Accidents seen as preventable.

The prevention of all injuries or harm to employees is a core company value.

The company invests considerable effort in promoting health and safety at home and work

A significant proportion of front-line employees are willing to work with management to improve health and safety.

Organization realizes employee involvement is essential for safety improvement.

Most Accidents/Incidents in your business are seen as preventable

All employees share the belief that health and safety is a critical aspect of their job and accept that prevention of non-work injuries is important.

Safety performance is measured through the use of leading indicators (Number of Stop the Jobs Performed, Number of Near Misses, Number of Shit Toolbox or Prestart Meetings)

Safety focus is on adherence with rules, procedures and engineering controls.

All front-line staff understand their roll regarding accountability and responsibility for Safety

Safety focus is on technical and procedural solutions and compliance with regulations.

Senior Management is actively seen as participating in the Company’s Safety Program

Your company provides safety recognition awards for performance accomplishments.

Management is committed to decreasing the risk of incidents and accidents

Company is committed to training its mangers in Safety Leadership Behavior

The organization makes significant effort into proactive measures to prevent accidents.

Safety performance is actively monitored, and the data used.

The organization has a sustained period (years) without a recordable accident or high potential incident – but there is no feeling of complacency.

The organization uses a range of (leading and lagging) indicators to monitor performance, but it is not performance driven. It has confidence in its safety processes.

Safety is seen as a key business risk

A healthy lifestyle is promoted, and non-work accidents are monitored

Company is committed to providing Leadership Development training to management staff

Front-line staff accept responsibility for their own and others’ health and safety.

Your safety department is seen as a support system for safety

The importance of all employees feeling valued and treated fairly is recognized.

Employee’s understand that everyone has the right to stop the job.

Safety performance is actively monitored using all data available.

Employees understand that they have the responsibility to report safety criteria (near miss, stop the job & injuries)

Minor severity accidents and incidents are the contributing factors to the company’s TRIC rate.

Your business has health, safety, security & environmental policies. 

Management is committed to supplying front-line staff that are committed to directing and managing staff through the use of a positive safety culture, thus decreasing the risk of major accidents and incidents

The organization strives to be better and find better modern hazard control approaches

You've made it! Now let's see your results...

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  1. I like this survey.


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