What does Safety Audit mean ?
Safety audits are performed for a variety of reasons. Each company will have their own specific list of reasons for completing a safety audit. The following are just a few of the most common reasons. When done properly, a safety audit will help determine if a company's day to day activities are in conformity with their safety efforts. This means a safety audit is typically only done after a safety plan for the facility is already in place. A safety audit can, however, be used as part of the process in the creation of a full safety plan for a facility.
- Carry out a systematic, critical appraisal of all potential hazards involving personnel, plant, services and operation method
- Ensure that Occupational Safety and Health system fully satisfy the legal requirements and those of the company’s written safety policies, objectives and progress.
We would like to submit our proposal for conducting above Study as per following standards and applicable rules:
- MSIHC Rules,(rule 10 &11)
- Factory Act,
- Petroleum act
- Indian Boiler Act. 2007
- Any other relevant act applicable .
Methodology and safety Audit:
Step 1: On site Visit (Observations, Discussion with Process Owners, Taking Manufacturers Manual)
Step 2: Discussion with Process Owners.
Step 3: Preparation of Corrective & Preventive Actions & final report
Step 4: Submission of Final Report.
Step 5: Opening Meeting
We will also be studying the hazards involve with the boiler.