People Driven Safety 2.0™ (PDS)

People Driven Safety 2.0™ (PDS)

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Description

Purpose To determine an organisations’ status quo within three separate, yet interdependent, fundamental elements of safety culture.
Administer To 18 years and older
Reading/Educational Level Basic reading skills (Facilitated questions)
Administration Time (35 minutes (61 items)
Scoring Options User Portal
Publication Date 2015
HPCSA Not Submitted
Training Compulsory Accreditation training
Languages English
SA Norms Yes

The People Driven Safety is based on organisational development (OD) principles and best-practice. The process engages all organisational levels, teams and individuals in a task, or sequence of tasks, aiming at the improvement of safe behaviours, individual development and enhancement of business competitiveness.

The People Driven Safety is based on organisational development (OD) principles and best-practice. The process engages all organisational levels, teams and individuals in a task, or sequence of tasks, aiming at the improvement of safe behaviours, individual development and enhancement of business competitiveness.

The People Driver Safety Diagnostic Measurement comprises of three diagnostic components to measure these fundamental elements:

PSD

The Modes of Organisational Safety Readiness Inventory (MOSRI): ): which measures the level of organisational safety readiness in the organisation, thus the degree to which an organisation embraces safety as a core value at all levels in the organisation.

  • Reactive mode: low, moderate or high
  • Compliance mode: low, moderate or high
  • Internalisation mode: low, moderate or high

A favourable level of safety readiness would be a low score in the Reactive mode, a moderate score in the Compliance mode and a high score in the Internalisation mode.

The Safety Commitment Indicator: is the degree to which employees feel the organisation is committed to safety.

  • Normed score: low, moderate or high
    Key Drivers:

    • Safety knowledge
    • Safety Programme effectiveness
    • Safety responsibility
    • Incidents will always happen
    • Safety department will resolve all matters
    • Information sharing
    • Team acceptance
    • Team effectiveness
    • Joint decision-making
    • Planning participation
    • Disciplinary fairness
    • Working conditions

The PDS Safety Mindset Index: reflects the state of inspiration (that unlocks employee motivational drivers), as perceived by the workforce. It furthermore reflects the caring character and the trueness of the working relationships in the company and therefore reflects the state of the employee morale and loyalty.

  • Normed score: low, moderate or high

Areas Of Application

The PDS can be used for the following purposes:

  • Safety climate study
  • Safety maturity research
  • Safety culture OD interventions
  • Zero Harm projects

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Additional information

JvR Online

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Online Availability

No

Psychology Category

Supplier

Integrated Reports

HPCSA Status

No

Application Area

Culture & Fit, Safety

The PDS has the following software report option:

  • Slicing & Dicing by means of:
    • Organisational structure
    • Time in role
    • Age
    • Gender
    • Disciplines
    • Employment status

Terms & Conditions

Please Note:

  • Additional fees will be applicable when requesting Client Services to assist with administration (only applicable where user portals are available and a client chooses not to make use of this facility)
  • Material / Reports only available to suitably qualified users
  • Prices as quoted may change without prior notice
  • Errors and omissions excepted
  • Courier costs are not included in the above quoted prices
    JvR may have to order some of the above items. In such instances delivery times will be extended

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JvR Academy

JvR Academy provides compulsory 3 day accreditation training for PDS

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South African Research

The South African sample composed mostly of men (80.32%) with a modal age between 31 and 40 years that work in the mining & manufacturing industry and other at-risk environments (83.58%). The majority of the sample had between 6 and 10 years of experience in their job-roles and were in the A to B management level (58.91%) followed by C to D1 management levels (22.43%).

The sample was primarily involved in production (45.18%) and engineering (14.12%) activities. Consequently, the norm sample can be considered representative of workers in the manufacturing, agricultural & mining sectors.