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What is a Health & Safety Audit?

Safety audits are essential to the wellbeing of your workforce. A Health & Safety Audit is a structured process that is used to collect information related to a company’s efficiency, effectiveness, reliability, and safety. An auditor will observe the processes, work environment, the condition of equipment, and other details to gauge these qualities.

Following the audit, the auditor will produce a confidential, written report identifying the correct procedures your company has implemented and the ones which need to be changed to be compliant with current health & safety legislation.

The report indicating both the company weaknesses and strengths

The report may also serve as a starting point for a more comprehensive service as its findings will form the basis of a structured approach to health & safety in your workplace.

Health and Safety have a crucial impact on workforce motivation and morale, and they represent two essential requirements to create a high performing and sustainable business, and retention of staff. Indeed, every company should introduce formal procedures for auditing and reporting health and safety performance.

Bravanark Network can support your business ensuring not only compliance, but also future risk assessment, management, and mitigation.

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