Table 2.

Occupational safety and health and worksite health promotion programs, policies, and practices among Florida Fire Departments, December 2017 (n = 126)

Cancer screening program
Policies, programs, and practicesTotal sample, NaPresent, N (%)aAbsent, N (%)aPb
Occupational safety & health program present12452 (92.9)54 (81.8)0.072
OSH Program updated regularly11338 (74.5)30 (48.4)0.005
Written OSH program policy statement10939 (81.3)41 (67.2)0.100
Management sets safety goals at worksite11630 (56.6)36 (57.1)0.953
Managers held accountable for OSH11139 (76.5)39 (65.0)0.188
Employees can report safety hazards/problems12253 (96.4)64 (95.5)0.816
Feedback to employees reporting hazards/problems10237 (82.2)40 (70.2)0.160
Supervisors/managers provided OSH training10622 (43.1)23 (41.8)0.891
Top leader supportive of OSH11948 (88.9)53 (81.5)0.265
  • aDifferences in subtotal population sample due to item nonresponse or missing.

  • bP values are calculated from χ2 test for association.