July 28, 2010 By John Hargaden
CMSE has conducted the following poll through LinkedIn, which generated some interesting results. Respondent’s were invited to select one of the following statements
1 Reduce risk of death or injury
2 Comply with safety legislation
3 Reduce insurance exposure
4 For all the reasons mentioned
5 We do not implement a system
42% of respondents chose to reduce risk of death and injury as a key reason to implement a safety management process, while 32% felt it was for all reasons 1-3. The desire to comply with safety legislation was selected by 22%c of respondent’s as the primary reason to for their safety management process. These results indicate that although legislation is a key driver in implementing an effective safety management process the basic personal safety of staff is the primary motivation in our poll.
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