EHS Today National Safety Survey

Speak Up For Safety: Take the 2013 National Safety Survey

Add your voice to the national occupational safety and health conversation by filling out the 2013 EHS Today National Safety Survey.

Every year through our National Safety Survey, we reach out to EHS leaders to learn more about their thoughts on the occupational safety and health landscape. We want to know about your successes, your challenges, your goals, and what might help you work more effectively to save lives and prevent on-the-job injuries and illnesses.

How did you address a recent occupational safety challenge at work? What types of worker wellness initiatives does your organization promote? Have you ever witnessed or been directly affected by workplace violence or bullying? If you were named OSHA administrator overnight, with the power to make any changes you saw fit, what would be your first move?

It's time to be heard. Answer these questions and more in the 2013 EHS Today National Safety Survey.

This year, we’ve updated and streamlined the survey. You’ll now find questions surrounding workplace wellness, workplace violence and bullying, leading indicators and much more. A few sample questions include:

  • Can you share an example of a workplace EHS-related challenge your company solved or improved in the last year?
  • You have been tasked to lead OSHA and have the ability to make any changes to the agency or its standards that you choose. What’s your first move?
  • In what area would you most like to see improvement in your organization/facility’s safety and health program?
  • What is the most common type of injury or illness you see within your organization?
  • How would you rate David Michaels’ performance as OSHA administrator?

To answer these questions and more, please follow the link to the 2013 National Safety Survey. The survey results will be anonymously compiled in a feature in our August 2013 issue.

So don’t wait to make your voice heard. We’re here, and we’re listening.

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