Auditing and Inspection Services
Internal and 2nd party audit services
- Asses your Companies’ level of compliance with QHSE Regulatory standard clauses and provisions.
- Identify major non-conformities.
- Make suggestions for efficient closure of non-conformities.
- Suggest efficient immediate corrections and establish corrective actions.
- Perform external QHSE Audits for your suppliers/contractors and assess their compliance level.
Arrange scheduled/unscheduled workplace inspection to examine current levels of safety performance, working practices and compliance with legal requirements at a particular point in time. One main objective is the identification of hazards and making recommendations for mitigation(short, medium and long term for preventing or controlling exposure).
We believe that prevention is the only option to achieve objectives like “Zero Accidents”. For this purpose, one option is to organize HSE site inspections for providing a real view regarding workplace safety culture and for preventing accident / incidents.
Health and Safety auditing
The systematic measurement and validation of an organization’s management of its health and safety program against a series of specific and attainable standards.
A safety audit subjects each area of an organization’s activities to a systematic critical examination with the principal objective of minimizing loss. It is an on-going process aimed at ensuring effective health and safety management.
Arrangements to conduct periodic audits are to be established in order to determine whether the OSH management system and its elements are in place, adequate, and effective in protecting the safety and health of workers and preventing incidents.
The audit includes an evaluation of the organization’s OSH management system elements or a subset of these, as appropriate.
Incidents should be investigated for several reasons, perhaps the most important of which is to discover the causes so that corrective action can be taken to prevent similar incidents from happening again.
Incidents can be categorized in terms of their outcome: near miss, accident (both injury and/or damage), dangerous occurrence and ill-health.
Recording and reporting Incidents
Arrangements should be made for the internal reporting of all work-related incidents and workers should be encouraged to report.
Records of work-related injuries should be kept.
Data collected from incident reports can be used for statistical analysis to identify patterns and trends in the workplace.