Safety culture in the workplace has several benefits, engaged workforce to the avoidance of potentially costly incidents. Still, many organizations continue to focus on reactive safety programs that initiate change only after an accident occurs, which is often too late. CLIDE safety perception survey provides a quantitative measure of how employees feel about current safety policies and procedures and provide them an opportunity to share their recommendations for improvement.
A safety perception survey helps in understanding that what people believe and how they behave are directly related to one another. CLIDE perception survey will both quantify what employees perceive and identify the gap between the beliefs of the workforce and those of management. The survey report can be used to develop a road map for recommended changes make changes to current policies and procedures make improvements in current be used to develop a road map for recommended changes make changes to current policies and procedures make improvements in current practices and create the framework for a long-term safety strategy.
What result can you expect?
Identify the enablers and barrier
Underperformed safety metrics
Recommendation for improvement
Action plan for next 5 yrs
Example of our work
CLIDE online perception survey tool has helped one of our clients identify the perception gap between 3 levels. Survey results were segmented into three specific groups – employees, supervisors, and managers – in order to reveal perception gaps. On-site interviews gathered for qualitative data on the safety culture at the individual level. These perceptions survey helped the client to gauge the impact of the SAFETY CULTURE and overall business performance.
How survey can benefit the organization?
The survey can help you with some of the leading indicators about safety culture
Employee thing their voice is heard
Confidence in management
Workplace belief and maturity Level
Suggestion for safer workplace
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