An environmental health and safety (EHS) audit is a structured process of collecting independent information on the efficiency, effectiveness and reliability of the total system and drawing up plans for corrective action.
The success of an event is measured in many ways but events must also be measured in terms of safety.
School audits are planned audit processes, done to ensure that different aspects regarding children safety like structural safety, medical safety, transport safety etc. are being followed within the school premises.
ISO 45001:2018 outlines requirements for occupational health and safety audits training management aimed at ensuring safe and healthy workplaces. These requirements focus on preventing work-related injuries and illnesses, as well as actively enhancing an organization's occupational health and safety (OH&S) performance.
Site inspections are a set of regular activities to check and verify the on-field compliance including Safety Standards, working conditions, and other critical areas of work site.
A Fire Safety Audit is an examination of your business' premises and relevant documents by fire safety inspectors, to ascertain how your premises are being managed with regards to fire safety.
Determining forklift condition, remembering to check the top clip retaining pin and heel. Ensuring load backrest extension functions properly.
A confined space is one which is both enclosed, or largely enclosed, and which also has a reasonably foreseeable risk to workers like fire, explosion, loss of consciousness, asphyxiation or drowning.
Inspecting all scaffold components prior to assembly to ensure that components used are from same manufacturer's and in good condition before becoming a part of a completed scaffold.
Thermographic audit is a non-destructive testing method used to detect and measure small temperature differences to help find deterioration in assets and plant sites.
Electrical Safety Audit is about examining the safety & security of electrical installations of any industrial unit or organization.
Warehouse audit is a failsafe procedure to protect the bottom line by ensuring safety protocols are followed, inventory is accurately counted, and operations run smoothly.
Journey Risk Management is a scientific approach towards making journeys safe and efficient.