Health and Safety Management System Audit Checklist
Review the safe work systems that have been established to conclude whether they meet both compliance and legislative requirements.
The safety and well-being of employees are the biggest issues employers are facing today. One of the ways employers and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) monitor the safety of the workforce is through “Audits”. Workplace health and safety (WHS) audits assess a workplace and identify any prevalent hazards in the organization that may put employees at risk.
Periodic workforce health and safety audits are conducted as an effective way of identifying workplace hazards. An ongoing process that needs to be undertaken periodically, these workplace health and safety audits are used to rate a company’s health and safety program, identify its strengths and weaknesses, and highlight areas that need improvements.Request an Online Demo