Vivid’s Online Safety Engagement Survey Available Now

Vivid’s Online Safety Engagement Survey Available Now

Barrett Pryce

Barrett Pryce

Marketing Manager

Barrett Pryce is the Marketing Manager with Vivid Learning Systems, an online safety training provider making life a little easier for safety professionals.

Vivid Learning Systems is live with a new online tool for measuring employee perceptions and attitudes about occupational health and safety.

With its new Safety Engagement Survey, Vivid Learning Systems is helping employers identify important gaps in perception that influence safety culture, and learn more about employee attitudes, like concerns of personal injury and ideas on safety leadership.  

Find the survey by clicking here.

Typical employee perception surveys are used by organizations to gather information about safety behaviors and attitudes. This survey is different from those experiences, which often involve hundreds of boring questions created by consultants, are administered on paper, cost thousands of dollars, and take a lot of time to administer.  

Vivid’s is fast, online, and designed to measure trust.

Are your employees worried about being seriously injured on the job? Find out.

Vivid’s Online Safety Engagement Survey Available Now

Employee perception surveys are used by organizations to generate baseline data used for making improvements. The questions on Vivid’s survey were carefully designed for honest expression of attitudes that influence occupational safety and performance.

Based on original academic research by former OSHA inspector and Certified Safety Professional Dr. Todd Loushine, the survey will help employers understand how their workers actually feel about safety, along with gathering important demographic information like age, service tenure, and education, for more actionable insights.

“What it does, is gather data about the most important foundational aspects of occupational health and safety—employee & management attitudes,” said Barrett Pryce, Vivid’s Director of Marketing.

Pryce said the survey is a good first step for any employer looking to measurably improve their safety culture.

“We want employers to have more meaningful conversations about occupational safety, and many just don’t know how to begin the dialogue.”

Safety Engagement Survey Highlights

  • Questions for Managers & Employees
  • Averages 5 Minutes to Completion
  • 20 Questions
  • 100% Online
  • Custom Results
  • Built for Mobile Devices
  • Privacy Assurance

The survey is found by visiting here.