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    Title: Worksite Analysis: Conducting Screening Surveys (continued)
    Type: Text Slide
    • A worker questionnaire or survey about workplace violence can identify:
      • How many workers were on duty when incidents occured
      • Whether police were called
      • What workers were doing before and during the incident
      • Whether preventive measures were in place at the time of the incident
      • Where the incident occurred and how often these incidents occurred

    Speaker Notes: Employers may also use surveys to solicit workers’ ideas on the potential for violent incidents and to identify or confirm the need for improved security measures.

    Employers may choose to use independent reviewers to conduct and analyze these surveys. Independent reviewers, such as safety and health professionals, law enforcement/security specialists and insurance auditors, may offer advice to strengthen programs. These experts can also provide fresh perspectives to improve a violence prevention program.

Page last updated: 03/15/2010