Resources Safety is seeking industry feedback in its biennial perceptions survey.
|Date:||Thursday, 07 April 2016|
In 2010, the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) started implementing the Reform and Development at Resources Safety (RADARS) program.
As a part of this process, the department started surveying stakeholders every two years to determine perceptions regarding the role of Resources Safety.
This year will be the fourth survey conducted by the department and will gauge current industry perceptions.
Resources Safety is seeking feedback from:
- mining professionals (comprising managers and occupational health and safety professionals)
- mine safety and health representatives
- site managers and other safety representatives from onshore petroleum operations
- site managers and other safety representatives from major hazard facilities (MHFs).
There are separate surveys for mining and petroleum, and MHF facilities.
We would appreciate your feedback by noon Friday 29 April. For the results of previous stakeholder surveys, please visit the DMP website.