Safety Audit Checklists
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What is a Safety Audit?
A safety audit is the process of gathering information to assess the risks and hazards in the workplace. It is performed by safety officers to evaluate efficiency, reliability, and effectivity of health and safety systems of the organization. A safety audit checklist is used to ensure organizations comply with safety regulatory requirements to prevent any work-related incidents, injuries, or fatalities.
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15 of the Best Safety Audit Checklists
Site Audit Checklist
Use this site audit checklist to identify which construction activities are at risk. Common hazards on site include working at heights, confined spaces, electricity etc. Download more risk assessment templates here.
Safety Walk Checklist
A safety walk checklist, also known as a management walkaround, puts managers in the field to observe work in progress and identify opportunities to improve the safety of that work with the workers involved.
Weekly Site Safety Inspection Checklist
Use a weekly site safety inspection checklist to perform an extensive audit of a job site. Includes checks for first aid facilities, fire prevention, emergencies, site security, PPE and more.
Self Inspection Checklist
This safety audit checklist from the Texas Department of Insurance can be used by to perform self-inspections for general industry.
Inspection Checklist for Manufacturing Facilities
Created by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), this Safety Audit Checklist can be used for performing inspections of manufacturing facilities.
Workshop Inspection Checklist
Use this checklist to inspect engineering workshops used for research, teaching or maintenance, and any associated storage areas. Inspections should be carried out at least twice per year and preferably once per term.
Safety Inspection Checklist for Project Manager
This safety inspection checklist should be completed by the project manager on all site visits. It covers: electrical safety, PPE, general site conditions, powered lifts and more.
Department of Transportation Safety Audit Checklist
Safety officers and managers for can use this safety inspection checklist created by Employer Advantage can be used to conduct a New Entrant USDOT Safety Audit.
General Workplace Inspection
This workplace inspection checklist can be used to perform an extensive safety audit of an office. Includes checks for fire prevention, general safety, vehicles and more.
Monthly Site Safety Audit
Includes checks for Incident and Injury Free Board, OHSA, PPE, Personal Fall Arrest System, Sanitation, Fire Protection and more.
Farm Health and Safety Audit Checklist
Farm owners and responsible personnel can use this checklist to provide a report on what is working well regarding farm SOPs and provide recommendations on areas to improve.
School Health & Safety Management Audit
Created by London Borough of Bexley, this safety audit checklist can be used by management to perform an extensive health and safety inspection or audit.
Health and Safety Audit
Use this health and safety audit checklist to perform internal and external audits of the workplace. This tool helps to assess if Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) practices are being followed by the organization.