European Railway Agency - ERA

Making the railway system work better for society.

About the Results

My organisation is a partner of the ERA-SCS. Will the results of my organisation be made public?

The results of a partner version will be transmitted only to the survey coordinator of the partner organisation. The data collected inside a partner organisation will be also added to the European pool of responses, but without any reference to that specific partner organisation.

My organisation is a partner of the ERA-SCS. Will we receive a report on the results?

Yes, a digital report with the results will be provided to the survey coordinator of the partner organisation. We encourage a wide dissemination of the survey results within the partner organisation.

My organisation is a partner of the ERA-SCS. In which languages will be the results of our survey?

Most sections and visualisations of the digital report can be made available in the main survey language (selected by the survey coordinator of the partner organisation).

My organisation is a partner of the ERA-SCS. How long will it take to get our results?

The results should be made available to the survey coordinator within one month after the survey is closed. The exact date will depend on the amount of surveys finishing at a given time period. 

My organisation is a partner of the ERA-SCS. Will the results be shared with my NSA?

The Agency will not share any results of a partner with its NSA. While we encourage sharing the survey results with the NSA, this decision belongs to the partner’s organisation.

My organisation is a partner of the ERA-SCS. With whom should we share the results?

This is up to the partner: the results can be externally shared with the regulators, other companies, contractors/suppliers, customers as well as the general public.

My organisation is a partner of the ERA-SCS. How should my organisation use the results?

It is up to the organisation how to use the results. It can be an input into a safety culture action plan, a part of a risk management cycle, a start of a more structured approach to the understanding and development of safety culture, a way to discuss safety with other stakeholders in the sector, etc.