We were recently asked if we could post this research survey, I hope you can all Take 5 to help them out
I have been following your website for a number of years. I am seasoned safety professional currently on my last stage of a masters degree. As part of my degree I am undertaking a research project on personal risk assessment tools/last minute risk assessments commonly known as SLAM or Take 5. I am wondering if I can post my questionnaire /Survey Monkey on your website in order to hear different viewpoints on these tools. At the end I will be publishing a paper which you can publish on your website.
Dear Potential Participant,
We are conducting research survey that seeks to look at effectiveness of Last-Minute Risk Assessments (LMRA) based on perception of users. LMRA are usually pocket-size booklets. You may know them as Take 5, Personal Mental Risk Assessments, Personal Informal Risk Assessments, Step Back Take 5, Stop Look Assess and Manage (SLAM) or Stop Cards.
This survey will assist in studying and understanding the viewpoint of users on these tools and it will be a fundamental step to contribute to the body of knowledge and ultimately this will improve safety outcomes and benefit society as a whole.
The survey should only take 5 minutes, and your responses are completely anonymous.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact the Project Supervisor A/Prof Geoffrey Dell via firstname.lastname@example.org or the student researcher Innocent Matiyenga via email@example.com
Please contact Central Queensland University’s Research Division (Tel: 07 4923 2603; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Mailing address: Building 32, CQUniversity, 554-700 Yaamba Road, Norman Gardens QLD 4701) should there be any concerns about the nature and/or conduct of this research project.
This project has been approved by the CQUniversity Human Research Ethics Committee, approval number 2019-003.
Survey link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LMRA