The following resources and tools provide additional insight on ORAU’s process and framework for conducting safety culture evaluations. We tailor our assessments to the unique needs of each company. Feel free to contact us if you are interested in learning more about how we’ve helped past customers and how we can help your company build a stronger safety culture.
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Download our fact sheet to get a concise overview of how ORAU can help your organization conduct an independent evaluation of your organization’s safety culture.
ORAU provides subject matter experts that help you respond to critical human health risk questions related to workplace exposure to chemical, physical, biological and radiological hazards in a timely and credible manner.
ORAU’s interdisciplinary team of subject matter experts in medicine, epidemiology, industrial hygiene, biostatistics, law, and risk and exposure assessment help to address and provide timely solutions for the management of occupational exposure risks.
ORAU’s framework for conducting safety culture evaluations combines traditional safety metrics with organizational behavioral data to fully understand a company’s culture. We help you understand how your work performance is affected by safety culture and how that impacts your safety outcomes.
Qualitative data provides a rich source of information for understanding a company’s culture. This guide provides insight on how to properly collect, analyze and interpret safety-related qualitative data.
Questionnaires are often used to evaluate a company’s safety culture. For the data to be meaningful, the survey instrument must be valid and reliable. This guide explains ORAU’s principles for creating and using questionnaires in a scientifically sound manner.
Safety culture evaluations can be approached in multiple ways. This guide highlights the process and methodology that ORAU employs to conduct comprehensive safety culture evaluations.