One of the Lessons Learned Center's information collection methods is to survey the wildland fire community on various topics or issues.
(Posted 06/19/08) This year marks the 10th anniversary of the release of the TriData Phase 3 study. Several of the NWCG Safety and Health Working Team (SHWT) projects and initiatives came out of this study as did the formation of the Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center (LLC). The SHWT and LLC would like to recognize this landmark study by highlighting significant accomplishments related to TriData, focusing on key recommendations that still need to be worked on to improve the safety culture of the interagency community, and identifying gaps in the TriData study recommendations. (Individual answers will be treated confidentially and only cumulative results will be used to describe responses. If you are unfamiliar with the study, or want to refresh your memory, please search the Lessons Learned Center Library using the keyword "TriData.") Click Here to take survey
The Learning Organization Survey
Asses how well your organization learns. You can choose between the complete survey
, which takes about 15 minutes to complete, or the condensed version
, which takes 2 - 3 minutes to complete. You will receive a report at the end of your session that scores your data.
Below are the latest survey results and study reports submitted to the Center:
During the summer of 2005, 196 people from the Wildland Fire Community took the initial LO survey created by Harvard Business School in cooperation with the Lessons Learned Center.
Results of the Survey for S520/620 Graduates
(32 KB doc posted 032305) 56 people currently on TYPE 1 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAMS AND NATIONAL AREA COMMAND TEAMS responded to this survey in 2004. The S520/620 steering committee is working for continuous improvement of the S520/620 course curriculum to meet the current and future needs of Incident Management and Area Command Teams. The Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center (LLC) compiled the recommendations for the steering committee and for the Center's use in meeting the needs of the respondents that were LLC specific.