HSE Audit

Occupational Health and Safety Audit

The objective of occupational health and safety audits is to assess compliance with established guidelines. This audit is not just confined to hazard identification, but rather a comprehensive examination of OHS management systems. A good occupational health and safety audit will identify all hazards present in the workplace, help correct them where necessary, and ensure that employees are aware of their rights and comply with regulations. Additionally, it should provide an estimate of the costs involved in implementing corrective actions.

If you’re looking to improve your business’s safety standards, then a good place to start would be conducting an occupational health and safety audit. By identifying all hazards present in the workplace and correcting them where necessary, you can reduce the risk of accidents happening while ensuring that employees are fully informed about their rights under the law. In addition, estimates for implementing corrective action may be available on-the-job thanks to this important tool!

We render OHS auditing services to needy corporates in the following areas:

  • Written statement of general health and safety policy
  • Review of policy
  • Identification of relevant hazards
  • Evaluation of risks
  • Record of significant findings brought to the attention of employees
  • Proper display of emergency contacts
  • Illumination
  • Adequacy of natural light
  • Well illumination of workplace
  • Illumination of staircases and other areas
  • Provision of emergency lighting
  • Illumination survey
  • Ventilation
  • Welfare facilities
  • Housekeeping and waste management
  • Material storage
  • Floors and aisles
  • Special work procedures
  • Mechanical and heat hazards
  • Fire
  • Electrical
  • Chemicals (general)
  • Flammable liquids
  • Biological hazards
  • Emergency equipment
  • Egress and evacuation
  • Plant technical
  • Site technical
  • Compliance
  • Management safety
  • Incident/accident prevention
  • Medical and first aid
  • PPE
  • Slip, trip, and fall
  • Signage
  • Work station ergonomics


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