Thursday, 1 December 2016

CultureSAFE Perception Survey

Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSHC), formed in April 2008, can be an industry-led statutory board that works alongside the Ministry of Manpower and other agencies. It's main aim is to develop programmes and strategies to improve awareness of Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) problems in Singapore.
WSHC embarked on its change management initiative, CultureSAFE in September 2012. This initiative is directed at empowering organisations to review and adopt a WSH focused culture in entirety, across the organization, right from the CEO down seriously to the past worker.
WSCH aims to do this by providinga 5-step cyclical methodology that helps organisations achieve WSH excellence. Sumitomo Chemical Singapore, an organisation that takes pride in its WSH values and practices, embraced this concept ofCultureSAFE with open arms. CultureSAFE Perception Survey, the first faltering step of the program, was launched to SCS site employees on 8 March 2016. The key goal of the activity was to greatly help the council better understand the present safety culture profile of SCS. Managers, supervisors, and workers in a2:3:10 ratio wererecommended for the survey. SCS not only exceeded the suggested sampling ratio, but in addition achieved 98% survey participation rate. While 43% of survey responses, comprising the manager and supervisor level employees were received online, the rest were provided in the form of printed survey forms.
Here would be the survey outcomes of the CultureSAFE Perception Survey of Sumitomo Chemical Singapore:
  • SCS has in position a Proactive Safety Culture. Which means that employees are mindful of HSE issues in their routine work and take the initiative to enhance safety.
  • For rankings of six organisational attributes that form the cornerstone of HSE practices, perceptions and beliefs of stakeholders, SCS scored 4 out of 5 on Leadership & Commitment, Governance, Communication & Reporting, and Ownership & Teamwork. This proved the strong emphasis of WSH.
  • Theorganisational hierarchy (managers, supervisors and workers) were on the same page regarding their comprehension of HSE matters.
  • There's room for improvement in Work Management Systems and increasing the WSH Competence & Learning at an organisational scale.
As from every other survey, the learnings out of this survey will go a considerable ways in enabling the HSE Department to develop a highly effective action plan and drive the safety culture cultivation that will help attain HSE excellence.
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