My facility adequately trains our personnel to safely conduct their jobs.
My facility provides recognition of individuals for their safety acts.
Standards in my facility are clearly defined.
Standards in my facility are enforced.
Only personnel with appropriate experience/skills earn qualifications in my facility.
Anyone breaking SOPs or safety rules is swiftly corrected.
Facility members, from the top down, incorporate risk management into daily activities.
Effective communication exists within my facility.
My facility keeps me well informed regarding important safety information.
My facility makes good use of special staff (e.g., legal, chaplain, family services, etc.) to help manage high-risk personnel.
Safety decisions are made at the proper levels by the most qualified personnel.
Airfield vehicle operators maintain communications with our facility at all times while operating on designated movement areas of the airfield.
ATC logs and records are accurately maintained.
ATC simulators are regularly used at my facility to maintain proficiency.
Our Human Factors Councils have been successful identifying personnel who pose a risk to safety.
My facility temporarily restricts controllers from performing ATC services who are under high personal stress.
Equipment trouble call status is obtained at the beginning/close of each shift.
My facility effectively communicates pertinent information during watch changes.
My facility receives timely notification of flight operations (e.g., upcoming, add-on, high tempo, etc.).
My facility has a reputation for high-quality performance.
Violations of SOPs and safety rules are rare in my facility.
Adverse incidents are reported within my facility.
Training is rarely postponed/cancelled in my facility.
Individuals in my facility are comfortable reporting safety violations, unsafe behaviors, or hazardous conditions.
Facility members avoid cutting corners to accomplish their job/mission.
Morale in my facility is high.
In my facility, conflicts between individuals rarely degrade performance.
Standard control phraseology is adhered to by all controllers at my facility at all times.
Unprofessional behavior in my facility is not tolerated.
My facility has a good working relationship with other facilities on our base (e.g., Fire Dept, Airfield Management, Security, Fuels, T-Line, etc.).
My facility has a good working relationship with adjacent facilities (e.g., ARTCC, Approach, Commercial/Civil Airfields, etc.).
Personnel work effectively as a team in my facility.
Crew rest standards are enforced in my facility.
Adequate time is allotted for breaks/rest during watches at my facility.
Minimum manning is not an accepted practice after normal working hours.
I am provided adequate resources (e.g., time, staffing, budget, tools, and equipment) to accomplish my job.
Fatigue rarely degrades performance in my facility.
My facility has enough experienced personnel to perform its current tasks.
My facility is not over-tasked.
There are no airfield obstructions at my facility that adversely affect safety of operations.
My facility has sufficient airfield traffic to maintain controller proficiency/currency.
I have time to adequately perform all my additional duties, including non-ATC watch standing.
Temporary Additional Duty (TAD)/Individual Augmentee (IA) deployment rates for the last year have not created problems in my facility.
Leaders/Supervisors in my facility are actively engaged in the safety program.
Leaders/Supervisors encourage reporting safety discrepancies.
Leaders/Supervisors in my facility prohibit cutting corners to get a job done.
Leaders/Supervisors in my facility care about my quality of life.
Supervisors react well to unexpected changes.
Branch managers are effective at promoting safety in my facility.
Military and civilian controllers in my facility are held to the same standards of performance.
Branch Managers maintain an adequate presence within their respective branches.
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