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Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. said Monday that it will offer its commercial lines customers the Liberty Mutual Safety Climate Survey, a service that helps them identify targeted areas for improving safety.
The safety climate survey will help companies differentiate between employees' measurement of safety and the perception of the company's safety culture, Liberty Mutual said in statement.
The survey is for companies with 100 or more employees and is made up of statements that are meant to gauge employees' perceptions of senior management's commitment to safety. The statements are answered with a scale of one to five, with one being strongly disagree and five being strongly agree, according to the statement.
The safety climate survey is mainly for companies with strong safety records that want to improve further, according to the statement.
“Practical application of the safety climate surveys can help companies identify ways to make focused adjustments to safety management systems that, over time, can strengthen safety cultures,” James Blaser, service director, Liberty Mutual Risk Control Services said in the statement. “The more employees see and believe that upper management and supervisors are committed to their safety, the more employees typically become committed to safety and tend to follow policies and procedures more closely, and therefore have fewer accidents and injuries.”
ORLANDO, Fla. — Determining whether an employee's illness is being caused by something in the workplace, making them eligible for workers compensation benefits, is a complicated and often inconclusive process.