The TRiM survey closes on Friday

If you have an interest or involvement in Trauma Risk Management (TRiM), don’t forget to fill in this short survey to help us make improvements to the support we offer.
Humber crew members reaching down into the water

Photo: Nigel Millard

The survey closes on Friday 15 September 2017, so there is still time to have your say about TRiM. So far we have had 190 survey responses, but to help us to really gauge how useful and effective this service is and what opportunities we have for improvement we would like to hear from more staff members and volunteers.

How will the survey help make improvements to TRiM?

By taking the survey you will help us to find out more about the numbers of staff and volunteers experiencing difficult incidents, the way that these incidents affect them, and their feelings about the best ways to provide support.

This is important because it will help us to improve how we deliver TRiM in the future.

The survey

The survey is being run by NatCen Social Research, an independent, not-for-profit organisation that carries out research on a wide range of social issues. It is completely confidential and will take about five minutes to complete.

You can find the survey here.

If you would like to find out more about the research, or if you have any problems completing it, please contact either Jane Lakey at NatCen by email at Jane.Lakey@natcen.ac.uk or on 0207 549 7004 or Stuart Penfold, our TRiM project manager: Stuart_Penfold@rnli.org.uk or 07891 867836.

If you’d like to find out more about TRiM, please click here.