Contractor Maintenance Survey

We cannot assure anonymity to respondents who admit to criminal activity or provide statements that imply a threat to themselves or others.

PURPOSE:
  • This survey is designed to give members of the opportunity to provide anonymous feedback to the commander. This process helps leadership identify concerns and highlight areas where they might best focus their efforts.

SURVEY INSTRUCTIONS:
  • ALL survey items must be answered.
  • Once all survey items are completed, click on the Submit button at the bottom of the page.
  • When you have submitted the survey, a "Thank You" note will appear.
  • For purposes of this survey, CO refers to the squadron CO (Det OIC if survey conducted for detachment use). If respondents desire to address conditions at higher, adjacent, or lower levels, provide those remarks in the free text comments section.

OUR COMMITMENT TO ANONYMITY:
  • Responses cannot be tied to the respondent. Your responses are anonymous.  Your responses are separated from your personal information (e.g., rank, gender, etc.) so that your CO cannot tie the two together.  For example, you may be the only female, E-8 in your unit, but your CO cannot tie your responses to that information.  Please call 888-603-3170 if you would like to learn how these protections are implemented.
7-Digit PIN:
Your organizational position
Your primary shift
Primary aircraft you work on
Your total years maintenance experience (military + civilian)
Your total years in current job


Contractors are adequately trained to safely conduct their jobs.
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Contractors are provided adequate recognition for individual safety acts.
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Safety decisions are made at the proper levels by the most qualified personnel.
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SOPs and safety rules are enforced in my organization.
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Contractors must possess the appropriate experience or skills to earn qualifications in my organization.
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Organizational members, from the top down, incorporate operational risk management (ORM) into daily activities.
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Effective communication exists within my organization.
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My organization keeps me well informed regarding important safety information.
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Our Maintenance Department conducts effective pass-downs between shifts.
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Tool Control is closely monitored.
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Safety representatives are effective at promoting safety.
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CDIs/QARs routinely monitor maintenance evolutions.
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Maintenance records are accurately maintained.
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Required publications are current and used in my organization.
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A contractor representative attends unit safety meetings.
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Safety program objectives of the contractor and the military unit are in agreement with each other.
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Our organization has a reputation for high-quality maintenance.
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Violations of SOPs, NAMP, or other procedures are rare.
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Training is conducted as scheduled.
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Individuals are comfortable approaching their supervisor about personal issues/illness.
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Individuals in my organization are comfortable reporting safety violations, unsafe behaviors, or hazardous conditions.
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All members of my unit have the authority to halt unsafe activities until the hazards/risks are addressed.
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QA is well respected.
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Our Safety Department is well respected.
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Contractors attend unit safety standdowns.
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Our safety standdowns are effective.
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Contractors do not cut corners to accomplish their job/mission.
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Contractors get enough rest to do their jobs safely.
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Contractors work effectively as a team.
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Morale in my organization is high.
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The working relationships between contractors and military personnel are positive.
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Contractor maintainers are treated with the same respect as our military personnel.
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My organization has adequate resources (e.g., tools, equipment, publications, etc.) to perform its current tasks.
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Parts are sufficiently available to meet maintenance/production demands.
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Day crew has sufficient staffing for their workload.
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Night crew has sufficient staffing for their workload.
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Night crew has sufficient supervisors for their workload.
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Leaders/Supervisors in my organization emphasize safe maintenance in achieving flight schedule goals.
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Leaders/Supervisors in my organization set a good example for following standards.
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Leaders/Supervisors in my organization care about my quality of life.
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Leaders/Supervisors know who the high-risk members are in my organization.
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Work center supervisors coordinate their actions with other work centers.
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Maintenance/Production Control is effective at managing maintenance activities.
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OPEN-ENDED RESPONSE ITEMS

The most hazardous activity I perform is...
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The next maintenance quality defect would most likely be caused by . . . (200 word max.)
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The most significant action(s) my organization can take to improve safety is(are):... (200 word max.)
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What is my organization doing right and why? (200 word max.)
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Use this space to provide any concern that you would like to comment upon.
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