Safety Audit and Site Inspection
training course will provide you with all the necessary skills and talents
required to successfully audit and inspect an organisation's health and safety
performances. All Safety Management Systems (SMS) require a systematic and
thorough assessment of how well and efficient and effective the various parts
are working. It will develop the ability to examine an SMS critically and
enable to identify strengths, weaknesses, and suggest measures for improvement.
you do not measure you cannot improve." The actual performance must match
their stated intentions; otherwise, the documents and processes within the
safety management system are meaningless. Safety audits and site inspections
provide the final pieces of the health and safety management jigsaw, which,
when effectively used, enable an organisation to control health and safety
risks and promote an effective and robust management system.
organisations are always striving for improvement, and well-structured audits
and inspections provide the practical means through which this can be
course will highlight:
The components of effective company and
contractor safety audits
The legal aspects of audits
The importance of pre-audit
questionnaires & validation and control of contractors
How to carry out meaningful and effective
audits and inspections?
The real business benefits
What are the Goals?
the end of this course, the participants
will be able to:
Understand the legal background
Appreciate the key elements of a safety
Develop the skills necessary to undertake
audits and site inspections successfully
Understand the importance of and how to
assess the safety culture of an organisation
Evaluate the emergency plans of an
Who is this Training Course for?
training course has been specifically designed to provide practical health and
safety guidance. It would benefit a wide range of professionals involved or
concerned with monitoring health and safety performance. The guidance will
enable those attending to apply this learning to carry out safety audits and
site inspections successfully.
This course is a suitably wide range of
professionals but will significantly benefit:
Human Resources Professionals
All personnel involved in selecting or
All line Managers, Supervisors and Team
Any other staff who are involved in
monitoring the HSE management system
How will this Training Course be Presented?
participants of this Safety Audit and
Site Inspection training course will receive a variety of proven adult learning
teaching and facilitation techniques. It includes active participation during
the programme through exercises, case studies, and open discussion forums.
Videos shown will encourage further discussions, and delegates are encouraged
to bring forth and share their own experiences and issues from their organisation.
conducting effective Safety Audits and Site Inspections, an organisation will
ensure deficiencies in its management system are identified, and corrective
action is taken to protect and enhance their reputation and profile.
organizational impact will be the following:
Able to undertake audits and prepare
Equipped to carry out effective site
The professional development of staff
A reduction in incidents
Improved communications and improve
Visible continuous improvement
participants will acquire how to carry out effective and meaningful health and
safety audits and site inspections using a variety of proven management
techniques and interpersonal skills.
personal impact will be:
Gaining skills and improving confidence
in conducting audits and site inspections
Understanding the legal background and
increased knowledge in evaluating health and safety performance
Appreciating the requirements of HSG 65,
ILO OHS 2001, ISO 45001
Appreciating the importance of human
factors and safety culture
Understanding and evaluating the core
elements of a successful health and safety management system
Understanding the benefits of a
successful health and safety management system
Day One: Introduction to Audits, Legislation, and
Introduction to Safety Audits and
The legal aspects relating to monitoring