My squadron adequately reviews and updates safety standards and operating procedures.
My squadron closely monitors the proficiency of its aircrew.
Squadron aircrew are adequately trained to safely conduct their jobs.
Safety decisions are made at the proper levels by the best qualified personnel.
Standards in my squadron are clearly defined.
Standards in my squadron are enforced.
My squadron makes effective use of specialist staff (e.g., Medical, Chaplain, SSAFA, etc.) to help manage personnel with significant personal issues.
My squadron temporarily restricts aircrew from flying if they are under high personal stress.
Aircrew in my squadron are never given responsibilities without having first gained the necessary qualifications, skills, and experience to perform safely.
Aircrew from my squadron always maintain the correct standards when deployed.
Official guidance (e.g., Regulatory Articles, GASOs) is incorporated into day-to-day safety decisions in my squadron.
My squadron accurately identifies hazards and assesses risks associated with its activity.
Personnel who have made an inadvertent error will not be punished for it irrespective of the severity of the outcome.
Squadron personnel, from the top down, incorporate risk management strategies into daily activities.
My squadron actively uses Crew Resource Management (CRM), human factors knowledge, and error management principles to help improve safety.
Both routine and safety-related information are communicated effectively within my squadron.
Effective communication flow exists with adjacent organizations.
Aircrew in my squadron submit and discuss aircraft faults with maintenance supervisors before and after flights.
On my squadron pre-task briefs are structured to ensure that potential hazards have been appropriately considered.
Feedback from safety investigations is sufficient and timely.
My squadron has a reputation for high-quality performance.
Deviations from operating procedures, flying regulations, or general flight discipline are rare in my squadron.
Individuals in my squadron report all adverse incidents and near misses.
Training for personnel in my squadron is rarely postponed/cancelled.
Individuals in my squadron are comfortable approaching supervisors about personal problems/illness.
Most members of my squadron readily report safety violations, unsafe behaviours, hazardous conditions, or cases of human error.
Staneval is well-respected within my squadron.
Safety days are effective in my squadron.
Squadron members are never pressured, intentionally or otherwise, to cut corners to accomplish their tasks.
Crew rest policies are adhered to in my squadron.
Squadron personnel work effectively as a team.
Conflicts between individuals in my squadron rarely degrade performance.
The Unit Flight Safety Officer (UFSO) position is a desirable additional duty.
Morale in my squadron is high.
Routine duties and training opportunities are sufficient for squadron personnel to maintain proficiency/currency.
I always have adequate time to complete all aspects of my task in a safe and proper manner (including preparation, briefing, and paperwork).
Working conditions are such that personnel are not affected by fatigue/extreme tiredness.
My squadron has sufficient personnel to operate safely.
Required publications (aircrew manuals, FRCs, etc.) are current and used correctly in my squadron.
The planning tools, equipment, and IT provided are fit for purpose and serviceable.
My work environment, including planning and briefing areas, is conducive to high quality and safe working (consider: temperature, lighting, noise levels, distractions, etc.).
The protective clothing, PPE, and personal survival equipment provided is fit for purpose and serviceable.
Diversions and additional/secondary duties do not adversely affect organizational safety within my squadron.
Post gapping in the last year has rarely caused difficulties in my squadron.
There is an adequate number of experienced supervisors to meet the required level of supervision in my squadron.
The Squadron Management is actively engaged in the management and resolution of safety matters.
The Squadron Management recognizes individuals for their safety acts through awards and incentives.
The Squadron Management is effective at finding the right balance between addressing safety concerns and the requirement to achieve a task.
The Squadron Management actively encourages reporting safety related occurrences or near misses.
The Squadron Management always deals with errors, mistakes, and rule breaking in a consistent manner in accordance with RAF Just Culture Policy.
The Squadron Management sets a good example for compliance with policies, rules, and instructions.
The Squadron Management never allows any deviation from documented procedures/SOPs without first gaining proper authorisation for a change to the procedure.
The Squadron Management reacts well to unexpected changes.
The Squadron Management cares about my quality of life.
The Squadron Management ensures that safety is effectively promoted.
The Squadron Management is successful in communicating lessons from safety events.
Junior managers and supervisors are trusted to manage routine tasks.
The Squadron Management engages with the wider squadron to resolve safety matters.