AS 4801 OHS Audit
AS 4081 OHS Audit of your Management System improves performance
Our AS 4801 OHS Audit Services conducted by a RABQSA accredited OHS Auditor provide the support required to assess your level of complience. Occupational health and safety (OHS) auditing is a term used to describe a wide range of assessments that can be undertaken for a variety of different purposes. AS 4801 OHS Audits should be conducted to determine the effectiveness of OHS Management systems and to identify the strengths and opportunities for improvements for workplace health and safety. To ensure a quality audit of your occupational health and safety management system, then a qualified RABQSA lead auditor should be consulted to support you in such a task.
An internal audit program should be developed by companies to evaluate the effectiveness of their procedures and processes used to meeting WHS Legislation. The internal audit program is also recognised as best practice within AS/NZS 4801 OHS Management Systems. The internal audit program should be supported by senior management and consulted with the OHS Committee. As there are a variety of audit standards and depending upon which audit your business is in need of then the audit tool used will be dependent on the standard of audit undertaken. Our professionally RABQSA accredited auditors will utilize the audit tool of your choice, however should OHS Auditing of your OHS Management Systems be all new to you, then we can assist you through establishing and internal audit schedule, the standard to which you should consider to audit against, the frequency of auditing, identifying internal capability and communication with relevant stakeholders concerning the internal audit processes.
Desktop Audits The Desktop Audit aims to provide a cost effective service to clients who want an independent review on critical parts of their OHS management system documentation – system level OHS Compliance Audit Is a quick and relative inexpensive snaphot of the level of compliance with either internal and or statutory requirements.
Specific Topic Audits
On another level, a series of specific audits can be conducted to examine and review individual, discrete components of the OHS systems. In the area of OHS, this can include, but is not limited to:
- Hazardous Substances Management System
- Workplace Rehabilitation and Injury Management
- Incident Investigation and reporting
- Hazardous Manual Tasks
- Bullying & Harassment
- Hazard & Risk Management
- Injury Management
Having an AS 4801 OHS Audit on your ohs management system will support your compliance and continuous improvement processes. Contact Safety For Life today and discuss your AS 4801 OHS Audit requirements.