These analytics represent anonymized and aggregate survey data. Compare your organization's results with cross-industry aggregates, as well as analyze a variety of other metrics.
Measuring the perceived level of danger, hazard, or risk in the workplace, establishing an initial benchmark for the degree to which the respondent feels safe or unsafe.
Organizational Safety Practices
Measuring the perception of how proactive and engaged an organization is in responding to hazards, employee safety concerns, and safety threats.
Supervisor Safety Relations
Measuring participant perceptions regarding the level of involvement and support from supervisory staff.
Co-worker Safety Relations
Measuring the perceived safety climate as indicated by peer attitude and support for routine safety policies and practices.
Personal Safety Motivation
Measuring the attitude of the respondent as it pertains to the importance of safety in the workplace.
Safety Policies and Programs
Measuring the perceived strength and utility of an organization’s existing safety policies, practices, and programs.
Barriers & Work Changes
Measuring the degree to which respondents feel properly trained to conduct hazard assessments, how well senior personnel support hazard mitigation and management activities, and how efficiently changes are made after hazards have been identified.
Safety Program Participation
Measuring how respondents feel about their ability to speak up and identify hazards, the degree to which they are encouraged to do so, and whether their hazard assessments will be supported.
Measuring the perception of how well an organization is prepared to build a culture of safety, to overcome resistance to change, and to support worker compliance with safety policies and procedures.