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Health and safety audits aren't just a legal requirement... here's how they'll benefit your business too

by , 16 August 2016
Health and safety audits aren't just a legal requirement... here's how they'll benefit your business tooYour small or large business changes over time and so will the health and safety systems.

So, it's important to carry out health and safety audits regularly to ensure the continued welfare, health and safety of your employees.

When you conduct an audit, you'll find specific areas where you need to improve. And once you improve in these areas you'll benefit:
  • Your employees - they'll be safer;
  • Your business - you'll have less accidents and claims; and
  • As an employer - by complying with your legal duties.
So, how do you conduct a health and safety audit? Read on below and I'll tell you all about it...
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Take this quick quiz to find out if you can handle the DoL hot seat

  • Which risk assessments have to be checked by an approved inspector every two years?
  • Is it absolutely necessary for your company to appoint and train someone as a risk assessor?
  • When was the last time you did a risk assessment? (Is that too long?)
  • Have you checked and double checked the less obvious health hazards?

If you can't answer even one of these questions you're not only putting your employee's lives at risk; you're also putting yourself in danger of massive fine from the DoL.

Don't wait until it's too late.

Learn how to do your risk assessments correctly here.

Why you need to conduct a health and safety audit
You need to conduct an audit regularly to find out:

  • The strengths and weaknesses of your current health and safety system;
  • How the system performs within the aims of your business;
  • If your company is fulfilling its legal obligations within your industry; and
  • If you have a proper performance reviewing system is in place.

Once you know what's working well and what isn't, you'll be able to allocate resources more efficiently! You see, with your audit you'll:

  • Reduce the risk of personal traumas or injury of employees and other people affected by your company;
  • Prevent losses of material, income, machinery and buildings;
  • Promote employee morale within your work environment; and
  • Ensure your customers' confidence in your organization.

So start looking out for lower tariffs to COID and increased revenue!

But if you don't know how to conduct your audit correctly, you're wasting your time. Here's how to conduct your audit correctly in one day.
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How to complete your own comprehensive health and safety system

Here at FSP, in collaboration with one of our 16 health and safety experts, we've put together everything you'll need to draw up your own health and safety system, in one complete file...a SHE file.

Learn how to conduct your health and safety audit in just one day…
I want to invite you to my hands-on, comprehensive and practical Health and Safety Auditing Seminar on 26 August 2016.

Here I'll show you everything you need to know to conduct a 100% legally compliant health and safety audit. And because I'm so confident in my programs, I'll also give you a copy of my best-selling Audit Smart software – FREE.
So not only will you have a best-selling paperless solution to do your audits, but you'll get all the information you need to conduct fully compliant health and safety audits and reduce your on-site accidents by up to 80% and save money!

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