When a health safety representative or internal auditor is writing audit checklists for OHS internal auditing, first thing comes to their mind is what to include in OHSAS 18001 audit documents? He has responsibility to design effective OHSAS 18001 audit checklists that can be use to verify each clause wise requirement of implemented Occupational, health & safety management system as per international OHSAS 18001:2007 standard. First thing to be consider while preparing OHSAS checklist is that how it will help employees of the organization as well as OHSAS 18001 internal auditors in auditing system. It must take care of OHSAS 18001 international standard guidelines for all the departments and work place of the company. The OHS audit checklist is also going to help to verify ohsas documents requirements like OH&S policy, manual, planning, work instruction and management review.
Many OHS consultants suggest or used OHSAS 18001:2007 documents that includes readymade audit checklist designed by GMG for quick auditing of OHSAS system. It can be very good tool for auditor to make audit questionnaire while auditing and make effectiveness in OHSAS certification and continues improve OH&S system there organization.
Mainly the OHSAS 18001 auditing document should be designed in two main categories for better understanding; one is for all departments wise audit checklist and another is OHSAS 18001 clause wise audit checklist. The readymade OHSAS 18001 audit checklist by GMG is created by the experienced OHS consulting team which includes more than 450 audit questions for various 8 departments as well as OHSAS 18001:2007 clauses. Following are the list of departments, which are covered in this readymade OHSAS18001 audit checklist tool.
1. Department wise ohsas 18001 internal audit checklist.
- Management Representative
- Legal and Safety
- Operation / Production
- Pollution Department
2. OHSAS 18001 clause wise internal audit checklists.
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