BBS Live Event Sessions – Feedback Survey Results
Following our 2 Live Events with Professors Dominic Cooper, Scott Geller and Tim Marsh, we have collated the results from the feedback survey.
The survey was 100% anonymous and only the Live Event (first and second) participants were invited to take part. The survey represents around 25% of the total attendees (i.e., 12 responses and average of 50 per session – there were many who attended the first who also attended the second, so I have just assumed 50 for simplicity).
The survey results ate shown below.
- Too academic
- OK as “starting” sessions go, but needs to be more practically focused
- Really good for establishing a baseline
- Not useful at all
- A real problem and how it was dealt with. We should invite a participant to present so that we can learn from them.
- More details on the history of BBS etc.
- Challenging unsafe acts and having these engaging conversations can have real positive effects. How do you deal with repeat behaviours without having a gone mad disciplinary culture?
- Where is the place for consequence within a BBS system?
- What makes a good safety leader and are there any role models?
- Mornings (UK)…say 10am till 12pm
- Early Afternoon (UK)…say 12pm – 3 pm
- Late Afternoon (UK)…say 3pm -6pm
- Evening (UK)…say 6pm – 8pm
- Late Evening (UK)…say 8pm – 10pm
Note: 2 Choices were allowed here, hence the count seems strange.
- Good and keep them going monthly
- Good and keep them for every quarter
- Not very useful
- Are OK, but I will have another think after the next session.
- ZOOM is good.
- Keep Sonni…he’s doing OK 🙂
- Keep the baseline and make it more practically focused.
- Next session we want to focus on What makes a good safety leader and are there any role models?
- Make it late afternoon UK time (3pm to 6pm)
- These sessions are good and worth keeping (for now).
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