2024 Electric Shock Survey

Do you work in the NI electrical industry? If you do, we need your feedback!  As part of ETT’s ‘Save Our Sparks’ NI campaign, we are asking for your help to gain a better understanding of electric shocks and incident reporting within the NI electrical industry.  You can complete the survey here https://forms.office.com/e/nz8P3vw4vM

Why are we conducting this survey?

Electric shocks in the workplace can lead to serious injuries or even fatalities.
As part of ETT’s commitment to improving electrical safety and protecting lives, we believe it is important to gain an insight into:

– How often workers in the electrical industry in Northern Ireland experience electric shocks.
– The culture around reporting of electric shocks.
– What actions are taken by employers and workers to prevent electric shocks from happening.

Data collected from this survey will be used anonymously and summarised in a report that aims to:

➡ Provide Insight into Reporting Behaviour
We want to understand why electric shocks often go unreported, with the aim of identifying ways of encouraging reporting and transparency.

➡Develop Preventive Measures
Your feedback will help us develop improved safety measures aimed at reducing the frequency of electric shocks. This may include revised safety guidelines, training programmes, and awareness initiatives.

➡Promote a Culture of Safety
As an industry, we must work together to support the promotion of a positive safety culture to prevent electric shock incidents.

Your feedback is vital to achieving these goals and ensuring a safer working environment for everyone.  Share the survey… it is important that we get as many people who work within the electrical industry to complete the survey, so please forward this email, or copy the survey link, and send to others so we can gather as many responses as possible: https://forms.office.com/e/nz8P3vw4vM

The survey is open to participants based in Northern Ireland and should take no longer than 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

Survey closing date: Friday, 26th July 2024.

Electric Shock Survey Square Post