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Hazard Culture Snap Assessment

Our Carbon Safety Quick Assessment is designed to take a snapshot of what behaviours, actions ,and practices you are undertaking, and provide a basic assessment of how well your organization may be identifying and managing it’s hazards. 

It’s based on our Carbon Safety Model which we use to help clients map out and manage their safety programs using our online carbon safety tool, and document portal.

Review the Carbon Safety Quick Assessment below to get an idea of areas of hazard management that your organization may wish to consider. If you’d like a snapshot of where your organization may be placed in relation to hazard identification and management, please submit your responses and we’ll contact you with an overview of your results.

Snap Assessment Responses

Yes – behaviour, action, or practice is regularly undertaken or observed.
Infrequently – behaviour, action, or practice is known to take place, or be observed, but not regularly.
No – behaviour, action, or practice is seldom known to take place, or be observed.

Snap Assessment
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Culture, Interventions, Barriers, and Controls

Does the organization demonstrate a healthy safety culture?
Does the organization map out, identify, and apply interventions to prevent harm/loss, use barriers to reduce the impact of any harm/loss, or apply other measures such as the typical hierarchy of controls?

Targets and Harm

Does the organization evaluate individuals, property, or equipment that may at risk of harm or loss?
Has the organization identified and catalogued where sources of harm or loss exist within it’s operations, activities, property, equipment, or other areas of the organization?

Reasonable Expectations

Does the organization clearly identify expectations for stakeholders within the organization?
Does the organization map out goals, objectives, or targets related to achieving these expectations?

Interventions, Barriers, and Controls (IBC’s)

Does the organization catalogue, and review the effectiveness of mapped, identified, and applied IBC’s?

Safety

Does the organization identify, define, communicate and review it’s definition of safety as it applies to it’s stakeholders and operations?

Knowledge

Does the organization identify safety related knowledge requirements, who requires this knowledge, and the ability to assess competency related to this knowledge?
Does the organization continually monitor it’s safety to determine where internal influences may have a positive or negative impact on the organization?
Does the organization continually monitor it’s safety to determine where external influences may have a positive or negative impact on the organization?