Do you know how your employees REALLY feel about your safety culture? Here are 5 Key reasons why you should.

December 10, 2015 by Dr. Jian Huang

Many manufacturing and supply chain companies have “safety” as a key part of their corporate mission. Most implement successful training programs and make use of the latest equipment to insure a safe working environment and increase productivity, but the safety program isn’t complete unless you gather and measure feedback from employees at all levels of the organization. You stand to waste a lot of time and money by not taking the extra step of gathering insight into the company’s culture of safety.

Here are five key reasons why it is important…

  1. Measures the overall success of your safety program
  2. Finds the “make or break” areas of the program that aren’t working and require fixing
  3. Heads off problems by delivering key indicator safety metrics to management
  4. Encourages everyone to find and report problems and make changes
  5. Improves employee engagement and morale

Feedback is the best way to ensure that your safety program is having a positive impact and is being used effectively by employees. Survature is the perfect platform for gathering this feedback and ensuring your safety program is healthy. It also goes a long way towards fostering a more engaged workforce through an ongoing conversation that is centered around a topic that is important to all levels of an organization.

Compared with typical survey tools, Survature’s unique survey interface can cut the time it takes to complete a workplace safety survey while getting more insight. Survature’s visual analytics and the deep behavioral based data can enable the crucial conversations between employees and management in order to ensure your organization’s safety program is running effectively, meeting objectives and isn’t wasting valuable resources.

Check out some of our example surveys and start finding out today how your workplace safety programs is performing.

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Jian Huang is the Chief Executive Officer at Survature providing the vision for reinventing the way the world experiences surveys. He is a professor of computer science at the University of Tennessee (UT) researching data analysis, visualization, and human-computer interaction. His research has received funding from the National Science Foundation, the US Department of Energy, the US Department of Interior, Intel, NASA, and UT-Battelle. Jian received his PhD from the Ohio State University.