What is the most common way site supervisors are made aware of safety issues?

By Jacinta Sarpkaya | Last updated: October 25, 2016
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According to a survey done by BLR in 2015, where respondents were asked to check all that apply, e-mail is clearly the number one way that survey takers are notified of site safety issues at 81.3%. Phones come in second at 65%, and text messages are third at 39.6%. Only 4.9% of participants said that they are ever faxed notifications of site safety regulations. Quite a few respondents answered “other” for this question. The single most common answer for “other” was “in person” and a distant second response was “monthly mee


What is the most common way site supervisors are made aware of safety issues?

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Written by Jacinta Sarpkaya

Jacinta Sarpkaya
Jacinta joined ProntoForms in 2014 as a Technical Documentation Writer with a keen interest in business processes. After earning her BA Honors from University of Toronto, her time working in service introduced her to health and safety regulations.

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