Are the facility’s safety plans really working that well or is it just luck? Conducting a safety audit is one of the proven ways to answer that question.

Do you need a total check on your safety system? This could be in a quest to:

  1. Minimize accident / incident rate
  2. Improve safety awareness amongst staffs
  3. Produce well documented safety records
  4. Outline needed safety procedures

or you might even need to improve your safety system to suite your clients requirement, whatever the need be, you should book a holistic safety audit from us.
Audits evaluate the effectiveness of safety plans, double-check that processes are still accurate and determine if established procedures are being followed. Because they can be time-consuming, facilities don’t tend to perform audits frequently. But like preventative maintenance schedules for equipment, audits can help you catch and prevent injuries and fatalities.

    With this audit, we will check bit by bit all the safety systems you have in place to see if it meets industry require standards, after that this check we will advise a change, an upgrade in system if need be.


    We can audit your safety system to check specifically if you meet certain requested standard, we are professionals, we know what your clients will be looking for.
    If you need to check and align your system to conform to:

    • ISO Standard
    • OSHA Standard
    • Opito Standard
    • DPR Standard

    And any other safety standards.

    5 Steps to a Successful Safety Audit

    Not sure where to start with a safety audit? Below are five steps of how we can assist in catching hazards:

    Step #1: Preparing for an Audit
    Step #2: Conduct the Audit
    Step #3: Create an Audit Report & Recommended                   Actions
    Step #4: Set Corrective Action Priorities
    Step #5: Publish Audit Results

    Before starting, it is crucial to determine who will perform the audit and what the team will be auditing.

    Some facilities hire external consultants that specialize in safety auditing. Others use an internal auditing team comprised of individuals from different areas of the company. When you’re using an internal auditing team, it’s imperative to choose a diverse team that includes production line workers, managers and individuals from other areas of the company. The more diverse the team, the broader the perspective will be. Where the production line employee will have in-depth knowledge of a procedure, someone from outside the area can be a fresh set of eyes to discover overlooked issues. No matter who is on the team, ensure that everyone has been trained in how to audit so they understand the necessary tasks to complete a successful audit. 
    5 Steps to a Successful Safety Audit