Why a Survey?
The COR promotes the involvement of employees directly in the planning, development, and maintenance of their employer’s occupational health and safety (OHS) programs and management systems. Measuring your program with a COR audit is effective, but after multiple high scoring audits your organization may start suffer from ‘Audit fatigue’ with similar feedback and scoring year after year. The SASS safety survey is designed to break up that monotony.
Lee Atwater’s famous quote, “Perception is reality”, implies that the way your employees perceive their work environment and safety systems is their reality as they see it. The SASS measures this perception. The results provide an indication of how employees feel about the current health and safety policies and procedures that the action plan is derived from. The Action Plan often focused on nothing more than improved communication.
The Safety Survey/SASS is more than just a cost-saving investment in COR maintenance, it’s an investment in your people, your organization, and your future. With a pro-active approach, the data it provides can enable you to create an impactful health and safety culture that enhances productivity and morale, and that’s the real bottom line. For more information on the SASS and to confirm whether your qualify please contact your Certifying Partner
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