The Audit Smart Programme says the great thing about health and safety audits is they help you:
If you want to ensure you health and safety audits are effective, develop checklists
According to Life Optimizer, in fields like building construction, aviation and medical, the usage of checklists has saved many lives. And in many other fields, it's helped people do things more efficiently and avoid costly mistakes.
The site goes on to say that 'the reason why checklists are good is simple: When you do something that involves multiple steps, it's likely that you would forget one or two of them. Using checklists ensures that you won't forget anything.'
'So, if you do something again and again and want to do it right every time, use a checklist.'
Read on to see how to develop a checklist...
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How do you develop a checklist for your health and safety audit?
A well-developed checklist is a standard item for any auditor. Audit checklists will:
Use these guidelines to prepare your health and safety audit checklist
There you have it. Make use of checklists if you want to conduct your health and safety audits effectively.
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