Workplace auditing

Workplace auditing regarding Health & Safety issues is mandatory for all businesses and activities (i.e. offices, commerce, industry, construction, transportation, training, tourism, etc.).

Risk management requires in-time and in-depth documentation of potential “deficiencies” (gaps) that can be found in each level of a workplace. Auditing is essential in order to properly identify and evaluate those gaps, in every level of a corporation, such as legal, administrative, organizing, processing, facilities, working conditions, infrastructure, personnel, subcontractors, etc.


Holistic H&S Auditing – Inspecting Programs

Biosafety has developed H&S Auditing – Inspecting Programs for every case and business, such as Industrial Safety Audit, Construction Safety Audit, Offices Safety Audit etc.

H&S Audits are developed according to the current national legislation and the existing international good practices, although each project is unique (tailor made) and developed in collaboration with the concerning business, thus meeting its specific needs, i.e. corporation’s internal processes, H & S management systems, etc.

Industrial H&S Audit, Construction H&S Audit, Offices H&S Audit

Depending on each case, H & S Audits might last one day or longer and in some cases the duration may be periodic through the year. The extent of the facilities and the companies’ specific features are the two factors that determine whether H & S Audits will be extensive or limited – focusing i.e. only in a point of interest (specific process, specific facility, etc.). H&S Audits are conductive exclusively by Biosafety’s teams of executives.

Upon completion, H & S Audits are accompanied with a H & S Audit Report, which consists of the information and finding of the Audit, their analysis and a specific and in-depth Corrective Action Plan with suggestive corrective measures against pending gaps that were found during the Audit. Those measures are presented in an order (prioritization), taking into account the importance of identified risks.