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|1.||What is Transformational Safety?|
|2.||What is the Transformational Safety Survey?|
|3.||How do we access the Transformational Safety Survey?|
|4.||Why are there different levels of Accreditation?|
5. What does the Transformational Safety® Survey measure?
The Transformational Safety® Survey is an important component of an integrated safety improvement system. It therefore has the potential to measure a lot of safety related concepts and is therefore a lot more than just a survey. The data is broken down into a number of categories. The DEMOGRAPHICS section is designed by the TransformationalSafety®.Com Facilitator in partnership with the Customer. By designing the right demographic questions at the front end it allows for a number of insightful data slices to be determined later.
PART A is based upon traditional safety culture constructs. Part A quantifies many research validated safety culture constructs and one of the many things which makes The Transformational Safety® System unique is the manner in which the data is managed. A customised radar plot (Safety-Plex) is generated which identifies the position of the client against identified best practice targets. Item by Item responses are also provided for all the Part A items along with a Standard Deviation (SD). The SD you can think of as a certainly score. The smaller the number the more focused were the responses within the Survey itself. In other words a large SD and this says that the 200 respondents were all over the place in their response patterns.
PART B is the World's only safety leadership tool built specifically around transformational leadership constructs. The leadership behaviours explored within the instrument are synergistically related with the worlds best practice safety leadership research. Some of the leading safety researchers in the World are supporting the theoretical direction of Part B; by way of their own publishing. Professor Rhona Flynn (University of Aberdeen - Scotland), Professor Julian Barling (Queens University - Canada), and Professor Dov Zohar (Visiting Professor - University of Lincoln/Nebraska) are just a few.
PART C of the Transformational Safety® Survey is concerned with Site Specific safety metrics that may be of interest. The type of item here is determined in conjunction with the TransformationalSafety®.Com Facilitator. This section of Transformational Safety® Survey allows each organisation to take advantage of the unique survey delivery system to gain valuable site specific safety data, whilst maintaining the statistical integrity of the Tool as a whole.
|6.||How does it capture the architecture of safety culture?|
|7.||Is the Transformational Safety Survey reliable and valid?|
|8.||How is the Transformational Safety Survey delivered?|
|9.||How long does it take to complete?|
|10.||Can we benchmark between organisations?|
|11.||Where else has it been used?|
|12.||Can The Transformational Safety Survey be customised to our unique requirements?|
Thirty two years since Bhopal, thirty years since Chernobyl, twenty eight since Piper Alpha and what have we learned?
Not much. After all, we have seen Texas City, Macondo, the Soma mine collapse, the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster, and the list just goes on - all in the last ten years or so. Clearly what we have been doing has not been working.
The time has come to take some real responsibility, and put some science back into safety. The time has come to transform your safety culture. The cost of not doing anything shall be further death and injury.