Survey - Forest Safety News

2018/2019 Forest Safety News survey of readers to shape the future of Forest Safety News

Thanks to your support to date, Forest Safety News has been running for five years and has a distribution of 13,500 copies -- 7,500 print copies and the rest email subscriptions. In addition, some subscribers/safety officers in turn forward the email to all their staff or crew members, with total readership estimated to be closer to 15,000 for each edition.

Tell us what you think
Your help is needed to ensure Forest Safety News continuously improves and remains relevant. The objective is to make it the most useful newsletter tool available to you to support better safety outcomes in all our industry workplaces. What do you like, don’t like, or would prefer to see in Forest Safety News on an ongoing basis?

We will act on feedback
Your opinion matters a great deal.  A summary of responses will be shared back with readers in a future edition of Forest Safety News and all feedback and suggestions will be seriously considered.

We appreciate your time and input
The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete, perhaps longer if you would like to share detailed written responses in the comment sections. As a token of our appreciation for your time and input, if you provide your email address and/or phone number at the end of the survey, you will automatically be entered to win one of three gift cards valued at $100 (x1); $75 (x1) and $50 (x1), each randomly drawn. Winners will be contacted directly via the email or phone number provided.

Confidentiality assured
Please be assured that the way this survey has been set up, all your responses will remain anonymous and confidential, and will not be trackable back to your name or email whether or not you choose to participate in the draw.

Survey closes midnight, January 31, 2019. Click here to take the survey.

Got questions? Email editor@bcforestsafe.org or call toll free 1-877-741-1060.

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