One of the first steps in your health and safety audit process is gathering all the information you need to assess your system. There are two ways to start this process... 1) Asking your employees questions around following your health and safety processes.
2) Asking your managers the processes they follow to ensure they're following the right health and safety procedures.
Here are four questi... ››› more
Before you start your audit, you need to draft a schedule to plan how you're going to approach your audit. Here's our list of six factors you need to consider when preparing your audit schedule... Dear Reader
You know you need to conduct health and safety audits regularly. They help you identify the key problems in your Health and Safety System, check you're compliant and helps you prevent prob... ››› more
Health and safety audits have the potential to become an absolute nightmare! Because if you don't plan for them properly, they'll drag on forever. And in the business world, time is just not something you can afford to waste!
This is a common problem for many employers, and they often find they waste valuable time when audits come along.
The trick here is to schedule your health and safety... ››› more
A health and safety audit is an in-depth look at your health and safety systems. And you're required to conduct them out at least once a year to ensure you are still in line with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).
Now, when it comes to your health and safety audits, timing is crucial! In other words, you want to use time as efficiently as possible.
To do this, you should plan ou... ››› more
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