Second Annual Workplace Safety and Preparedness Survey Analysis
Workplace Safety from the Employee Perspective
The second annual Workplace Safety and Preparedness Survey was completed by more than 500 employees from various industries across the United States. Respondents told us how safe they feel at work and how confident they were in their employer’s preparedness for an emergency.
Key findings include:
- Workplace emergency efforts are shifting towards more modern workplace emergencies, such as active shooters
- Generational gap in emergency preparedness seems to be closing as compared to our previous report
- Mobile communication continues to progress as a top method for critical communication
- Comparisons of last year's three key industries (education, healthcare and professional services) show room for improving workplace critical communication
Discover which emergency plans lack the most awareness, the most common types of emergencies experienced in the workplace, and which modes of communication employees prefer today.