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From page 49...
... 49   A P P E N D I X A Survey Questionnaire
From page 50...
... 50 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews Email to Potential Participants From: Gabriel B Dadi, Ph.D., PE To: Members of AASHTO Standing Committee on Maintenance Members and North American Association of Transportation Safety & Health Officials (NAATSHO)
From page 51...
... Survey Questionnaire 51   NCHRP Synthesis 53-02 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews 1) Contact Information*
From page 52...
... 52 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia
From page 53...
... Survey Questionnaire 53   Wisconsin Wyoming 3) What division do you work for within your agency?
From page 54...
... 54 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews 1-3 years >3-5 years >5-10 years >10 years 6a. Does your DOT recognize any of the following behaviors through an informal or formal incentive/disincentive program?
From page 55...
... Survey Questionnaire 55   Suggesting improvements to safety procedures Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Submitting near miss reports Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Reporting safety violations Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Using correct safety actions or work practices Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Using equipment and PPE safely Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Suggesting improvements to personal protective equipment (PPE)
From page 56...
... 56 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews Obtaining safety goals or objectives individually Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a crew Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a district/region Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a DOT Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No 6b. Does your DOT recognize any of the following behaviors through an informal or formal incentive/disincentive program?
From page 57...
... Survey Questionnaire 57   improving the safety program No No No Instructing new employees on safety procedures Yes No Yes No Yes No Suggesting improvements to safety procedures Yes No Yes No Yes No Submitting near miss reports Yes No Yes No Yes No Reporting safety violations Yes No Yes No Yes No Using correct safety actions or work practices Yes No Yes No Yes No
From page 58...
... 58 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews No No No Suggesting improvements to personal protective equipment (PPE) Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives individually Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a crew Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a district/region Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a DOT Yes No Yes No Yes No Using equipment and PPE safely Yes Yes Yes
From page 59...
... Survey Questionnaire 59   6c. Does your DOT recognize any of the following behaviors through an informal or formal incentive/disincentive program?
From page 60...
... 60 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews Reporting safety violations Yes No Yes No Yes No Using correct safety actions or work practices Yes No Yes No Yes No Using equipment and PPE safely Yes No Yes No Yes No Suggesting improvements to personal protective equipment (PPE) Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives individually Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a crew Yes No Yes No Yes No
From page 61...
... Survey Questionnaire 61   Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a district/region Yes No Yes No Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a DOT Yes No Yes No Yes No 6d. Does your DOT recognize any of the following behaviors through an informal or formal incentive/disincentive program?
From page 62...
... 62 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews Suggesting improvements to safety procedures Yes No Submitting near miss reports Yes No Reporting safety violations Yes No Using correct safety actions or work practices Yes No Using equipment and PPE safely Yes No Suggesting improvements to personal protective equipment (PPE)
From page 63...
... Survey Questionnaire 63   Obtaining safety goals or objectives individually Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a crew Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a district/region Yes No Obtaining safety goals or objectives as a DOT Yes No
From page 64...
... 7. What are some types and frequency (or milestones)
From page 65...
... Prizes (e.g., hats, plaques, trophies, apparel, event tickets, etc.) Meals (i.e., on site food services)
From page 66...
... Recognition/appreciation through written communication Corrective action through verbal communication Disciplinary action Special assignments Promotion/advancement Training/education
From page 67...
... Survey Questionnaire 67   8. Does your organization have a defined process for selecting safety incentives?
From page 68...
... 68 Practices to Motivate Safe Behaviors with Highway Construction and Maintenance Crews Analysis of performance metrics (e.g., OSHA recordable incident rate) Analysis of workers' compensation claims Analysis of incentives/disincentives for employees Based on value (costs vs.
From page 69...
... Survey Questionnaire 69   15. How is your DOT management (by management level)

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