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Taking a Survey?
Enter your Survey Code to get started

Survey Help What to expect

Step 1 Receive Access Code

Unit Commander / Representative will provide access code

Step 2 Enter Access Code

Use the Access Code provided by your Commander or Director

Step 3 Complete Survey

Answer each question within the survey

Step 4 Print/ Save/ Email Certificate

When you complete the survey you will receive a certificate

Registration Help Getting Started

Step 1 Register

Click "Register Your Organization"

Step 2 Complete and Submit Registration

Provide all required information and submit your registration

Step 3 Receive Access Codes

When your unit is approved by the CRC you will receive the Access Code


is a Web-based resource that provides battalion-level commanders with data on their formation's readiness posture through seven categories:
  • Common Core - Common Core questions are general and universal questions that are answered by every survey taker. These questions provide a collection of responses utilized to establish a benchmark for the Army’s overall safety climate and culture.
  • Organizational Processes - Organizational Processes questions focus on the primary activities that an organization performs to safely and successfully execute its mission.  Organizational Processes are things that influence safety daily such as doctrine, regulations, SOP’s, procedures, training and education, as well as materials and equipment. They directly influence work production effectiveness and efficiency, accident and fatality rates, inspection results, and morale and motivation.
  • Organizational Climate - Organizational Climate questions focus on the Soldiers and/or employees shared perceptions or experiences of the policies, practices, and procedures in their workplace that is associated with expected behaviors that get rewarded and supported. Organizational climate is directly influenced by organizational culture which is a set of shared expectations over time defining appropriate behavior for various situations.
  • Resources  - Resources questions focus on whether or not Soldiers and employees collectively view that they are being provided adequate resources throughout the organization to safely complete or perform their assigned task. Resources include things such as personnel, money, time, knowledge/expertise, equipment, safety plans, stress management, and work/ training opportunities.
  • Supervision - Supervision questions evaluate leadership regarding communication, enforcement of written guidance and procedures, and the establishment/implementation/compliance of an organization’s safety program.
  • Safety Programs - Safety program questions assess the holistic view of an organization’s Safety Program and whether or not it seeks opportunities for improvement that can reduce accident exposure and maximize mission accomplishment. 
  • Open Ended - Open-ended questions allow personnel to respond in his/her own words providing specific feedback to the commander regarding their perspective of the organization’s safety program, climate and culture.

Designed for use by battalion-sized units, the program asks several questions of battalion commanders and directors.

  • Wouldn't you like to know if your unit is about to experience a mishap?
  • Wouldn't you like to prevent the loss of personnel and equipment?
  • Don't you want to protect your combat power?
Following the survey administration (the assessment phase), the commander receives one-on-one feedback on key issues regarding command climate, safety culture, resource availability, workload, estimated success of certain safety intervention programs, and other factors relating to their unit's overall readiness.


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