RoSPA Survey – Supporting Those Working In Health and Safety

RoSPA Survey – Supporting Those Working In Health and Safety:

Dear Colleagues,

Introduction

Gavin McNab, Business Development Project Manager for The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has contacted the CWU Health, Safety & Environment Department requesting participation of CWU Reps in a new survey. RoSPA is conducting a survey to better understand how it can support those working in a health and safety environment.

Background
RoSPA is interested in your views and opinions on your relationship with RoSPA, including how you feel about what they do, how you rate and value different aspects of the services that RoSPA provides for safety professionals/Safety Reps.

Why is it important to take part in this survey?

Responses to this survey will help RoSPA to understand how to invest in and prioritise the services they maintain, the services they develop and the ways the organisation can help the Safety community to access and benefit from those services.

How long will it take?

The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete.

To make it as easy as possible for you to take part, the below link will take you to a personalised survey. Your responses will be saved as you move through the survey so you may continue where you left off at any time.

‘Research by Design’ is an independent market research consultancy which is undertaking the survey on RoSPA’s behalf. Your answers will go directly to them and, although RoSPA will see the overall results, your answers will remain anonymous.

Enter the survey here:-

https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=151982878859&i=17A5B41148595E8FC201CA168D1A6AE8DC941D05EED35B%20

RoSPA has thanked in advance all those completing the survey and for helping with this very important project.

Yours sincerely

Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer

18LTB136 RoSPA Survey – Supporting Those Working In Health and Safety

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