Trauma-Informed Workplace Assessment



Respond to each of the following statements, rating each on a scale of 0 to 4. A 4 indicates you strongly agree with the statement; a 0 indicates you strongly disagree with the statement.

0 – Strongly disagree1 – Disagree2 – Neutral3 – Agree4 – Strongly agree
My organization offers educational opportunities for learning about trauma.
Awareness of trauma is reflected in the mission, vision, beliefs, and values of my workplace.
People who work in my organization understand how trauma impacts others.
Awareness of trauma can be seen and demonstrated in workplace policies.
Staff in my workplace who are judgemental in their attitudes are challenged by others to consider being more curious and less judgemental.
My organization translates awareness of trauma into action.
People in my workplace understand how flight, fight, and freeze responses can influence behaviour.
Staff in my organization convey empathetic curiosity rather than judgement towards those displaying challenging behaviours.
My organization maintains a high standard of physical safety.
Safety officers and committees in my workplace consult widely in the development of policies and procedures.
My organization maintains a high standard of psychological safety.
I trust that leaders in my workplace will make good decisions about safety at work.
My organization is intentional about trying to find more ways to provide choice to people.
People in my workplace know their feedback will be taken seriously.
In my organization, a diversity of perspectives is encouraged.
My workplace offers staff choices about the way work is done.
My organization celebrates the diversity of people.
My workplace affirms the strengths and resilience of people.
In my organization, staff engage in intentional conversations about their own strengths and the strengths of others.
People in my organization are good at seeing what a person is doing well – not just their problems or symptoms.
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