Climate Assessment and Audit Tool (CAAT)
Safety culture is a collection of the beliefs, perceptions, and values that workers have about risks within their organization.
Worker safety is important. When organizations fail to achieve a high level of safety, they risk emotional distress, reputational damage, financial liability, and more regulations. Exceptional organizational health is achieved by successfully implementing, executing and regularly reviewing the organization’s goals and strategies.
In order to improve the safety culture, the organization must assess the current climate. Measure workplace health and safety systems and culture using WorkplaceNL’s new Climate Assessment and Audit Tool (CAAT). CAAT provides employers with information about how their internal responsibility system is functioning within their unique systemic and cultural ecosystem. CAAT measures systems and culture while determining strengths and opportunities.
The safety culture Climate Assessment and Audit Tool (CAAT) connects the effect of workplace culture on worker health. According to an analysis by the Institute for Work and Health in Ontario, organizations with strong safety cultures have the best safety records, and fewer compensation claims.