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August 15, 2014

DEAD RECKONING SURVEY

This survey offers a powerful, tool for understanding, benchmarking and catalyzing your organization’s journey toward world-class safety performance. Survey data has scientifically validated The Safety Consortium’s Dead Reckoning Program help reduces injuries by strengthening your safety culture.

The problem with most safety surveys they are paper. The employees fills out the surveys, then the data is collected then the information is entered and it may take months before the survey results are delivered. By the time the data is processed the safety culture may have sifted or everyone has just given up on the process.

The Safety Consortium’s Dead Reckoning program is linked up to a Power Point with Options Technology interactive software. Each employee being surveyed is given a response device and the answers the question. The results are immediately copied and sent to a Excel spread sheet for measurement and tracking.

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