Kiwa helps map the current state of your company’s safety culture convenient to you; an online survey, staff interviews, or on-site reviews. From there, we can build a set that best suits your needs.
Safety culture is the foundation on which the company’s entire safety operations are built. If the culture is at a weak level, all other development actions are irrelevant.
- Kiwa has extensive experience and advanced methods for measuring and developing safety cultures
- Our online safety culture survey is an excellent and effective way to reach staff, regardless of the time or place
- Prompt implementation and data derived efficacious development opportunities
- Our straightforward solution makes continual measurement and evaluation possible and verifies development procedures
Measuring Your Safety Culture
Online Safety Culture Survey
The safety survey is carried out through an online platform provided by Kiwa with ready-made question and answer options. Responses are anonymous and responding is possible via mobile devices or a computer. Results are ready within three weeks from order.
Staff interviews are conducted on key personnel at varying organizational levels, and the results of the safety culture survey are utilized. The interviews clarify both safety development areas and objectives, and the importance of the employees’ roles in it.
Site visits and reviews
Site visits and reviews offer practical verification of the results and the possibility to expand the report with e.g. pictures. Visits also allow for the possibility of spontaneous field discussions. They can be executed in conjunction with the staff interviews.
Implementing the Safety Culture Survey
- Define question categories
- Review question-and-answer options and make modifications
- Distribute the survey through Kiwa’s online platform
- Anonymous responses via mobile devices or computer
- Monitor and communicate the survey status and responses
- Clear analysis of the current safety culture status
- Strengths and weaknesses of the safety culture
- Proposal for developing procedures