The aim of a safety audit is to provide an assessment of areas where the current documentation, work environment, plant or equipment or work practices do not comply with legislative and industry requirements.

Audits are required periodically and audit tools can assist in monitoring the work environment to ensure that safety controls are in place and are being adhered to. Examples of Audit Tools are:

  • Office Safety Audit Checklist
  • Workshop Safety Audit Checklist
  • Warehouse Safety Audit Checklist
  • Vehicle Safety Audit Checklist
  • Electrical Safety Audit Checklist
  • Ladder Safety Audit Checklist
  • Mobile Plant Safety Audit Checklist
  • Construction Safety Audit Checklist
  • Ergonomic Safety Audit Checklist
  • Quality Audit Checkist
  • Environment Audit Checklist
  • Fire Safety Audit Checklist
  • Work Health and Safety (WHS) Systems Audit

Audits conducted by external parties can provide a fresh prospective on the overall safety of your operations and highlight the risks should an incident occur.

Masula Compliance can undertake Compliance Audits of health and safety systems and the physical work environment. An audit report is prepared detailing the level of workplace health and safety compliance and to clearly identify priorities for action.