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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.

Safety Concern

Keeping employees and the workplace safe is ethically very important a safety audit can help ensure those standards are met.


f someone has been injured in a specific area of the workplace, it is often necessary to perform a safety audit.

Safety Culture

Employers that want to promote a safety-focused culture need to set the tone by engaging in safety-related activities such as a safety audit.

Performing a Safety Audit

When planning a safety audit, it is important to follow a set process. Start by forming a safety audit team or teams. Some companies choose to hire outside consultants to perform the audit, which can be very effective. If using existing employees, make teams that include 3-5 people and always ensure employees do not inspect their own work environment.

Those on the safety audit teams should be trained on the current safety standards so they know what to look for. In addition, knowledge of laws, Minister for Health & Family Welfare and any other standards that may apply can help them identify potential safety concerns.

When ready, the safety audit teams need to look at any incident reports for the area they are auditing. These reports can give key insight into where potential problem areas exist. They can then go to the physical location of the area being audited and watch work being done. They can ask questions of the employees in that work in the area and get as much information as possible.

Finally, teams should take all the information and analyze it for potential safety concerns. Some safety issues will be quite obvious, but others may be hidden in the data. Once the audit is completed, either the same audit team or another team should begin making plans for what can be changed in the facility to improve safety based on the information that was gathered during the audit


  • 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:

  1. MSIHC Rules,(rule 10 &11)
  2. Factory Act,
  3. Petroleum act
  4. IS14489
  5. Indian Boiler Act. 2007
  6. 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.

ECO Safetech Safety Auditing Services are performed by auditors with over 20 years of experience and a proven track record handling Multi-Facility EHS Audit Projects under tight time constraints.

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