Conducting a Safety Audit

Conducting a Safety Audit

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This course might be just what you’re looking for to train your employees on critical risks in your workplace.

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The purpose of performing a safety audit is to determine compliance with Health and Safety obligations relating to workplace and employee safety. You should conduct an internal safety audit at least once a year to help you to improve your processes over time and to identify areas that need more work.

This course looks at creating a team, determining the scope of the audit, collecting the information, writing the report and selecting the best remedial actions for non-compliances.

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of this course learners will:

  1. Learn what to ask before conducting a safety audit.
  2. Understand the importance of codes of practice, guidance material, information from manufacturers and suppliers of plant, substances and equipment.
  3. Understand the need to review policies and procedures.
  4. Understand the importance of reviewing employee training.
  5. Understand the need to review compliance activities and maintenance schedules.
  6. Learn how often to conduct a safety audit.
  7. Learn the 3 steps to conducting a safety audit: scope, audit questions and data collection, reporting and suggesting corrective actions.
  8. Learn what an audit report should include.
  9. Learn what should be included in a Corrective Action Plan.

Course length: 10 mins (7-minute animated and subtitled video + 5 short answer assessment)

  • Certificate of completion
  • In-depth Reporting
  • Facilitator’s Guide including video transcript and Assessment Q&A’s
  • Optional pass rate
  • All content can be customised
  • Pause and resume function

Available in English (Australian), English (USA), Spanish and French.

This course is suitable for use in Australia, the UK, Europe, the US, and all countries that adhere to OSHA and HSE requirements.

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