EHS Today conducts the National Safety Survey every year to poll leading EHS professionals on the state of safety this year and beyond. Thousands of occupational safety, health and environment leaders, as well as consultants, corporate leaders and more, have participated in past surveys. Now, you have the opportunity to add your own voice to the mix.
Visit http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22CGQ8N45NW/ to access and complete the survey. Your answers will be kept confidential and the results will be presented in statistical form only.
The survey findings will be published in the August issue of EHS Today magazine. Survey participants who elect to include their names and contact information may be interviewed for additional insight and for inclusion in the feature survey.
The 2010 National Safety Survey provided a glimpse into safety professionals’ views on the major accidents of the year, including the BP oil spill and the tragic Upper Big Branch mining disaster. Read National Safety Survey: Accidents Happen ... Or Do They? to learn more.
In 2009, the survey addressed EHS leaders’ concerns about the struggling economy’s impact on workplace safety: National Safety Survey: Can We Still Afford to Be Safe?