Health & Safety Audit

Our high-quality Health & Safety Audit will contain clear information on the best practices, improvements (if any) & colour photographs. 

Why do you need an audit?

The health and safety audit is essential to your health and safety management system. The legal guidance document (HSG 65) identifies that health and safety audits are required to ensure that your policy is being implemented while enabling you to measure your performance. Over time, management systems can become stale or obsolete due to change, leaving your organisation non-compliant with health and safety law. 

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Who is it for?

Any company of any size, within any sector, requires a detailed and objective evaluation of its entire health and safety management system. 

What will the audit cover?

The foundation of the audit is built on the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) approach. 

  • Plan - Determine your policy/Plan for implementation.
  • Do - Profile risks/Organise for health and safety/Implement your plan.
  • Check - Measure performance (monitor before events, investigate after events).
  • Act - Review performance/Act on lessons learned.

Why a Health & Safety Audit is right for you

An audit is more beneficial than ensuring you follow best practices. It also shows you take the health & safety of employees and customers very seriously, instilling internal and external confidence. 

Other benefits of an audit include:

  • Potential for less workplace injuries and ill-health
  • Verification from an external source on how well your systems work
  • A written document of improvements and detailed recommendation
  • The potential improvement in safety will improve workforce morale and well being
  • Scoring system to benchmark yourself against year on year
  • Demonstrate to your board/stakeholders that you are compliant  
  • PR opportunities

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Audit Topics Outline

Below are just some of the topics covered by our security audit:

  • Health and Safety Policy
  • General Risk Assessment & Profiling
  • Competency – Training Evaluation
  • Fire Safety
  • Asbestos – Risk Assessments, Previous reports, and Management
  • Water Safety (Legionella)
  • Lifting Equipment
  • Electricity & Gas Safety
  • Display Screen Equipment (DSE)
  • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
  • Manual Handling
  • Young Persons
  • Working in Restricted Spaces (Voids)
  • First Aid

Want to take a more in-depth look at some of the topics covered on the audit? Below is a PDF download for an audit outline

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What will you get?

  • Detailed Report
  • Recommendations and action planning
  • An opportunity for PR
  • Happier employees & customers

What do RB Health and Safety Solutions offer?

We can provide you with a fully qualified and highly experienced Health and Safety Consultant who will produce a full report on the current effectiveness of your health and safety system, and what you can do to build on its strengths and combat any weaknesses.

As part of our service, we develop relationships with our customers so that every visit means we know more and more about them. This makes the process even more efficient. 

We maintain high standards and constantly keep up to date with the latest regulations. 

Our Knowledge

We have an expansive wealth of information. Here are just some of the topics we’re confident in our knowledge of:

What others say about our service

“I have been using RB Health and Safety for around 5 years now and they have changed the way in which I manage H+S within our 2500 capacity live music venue, we have grown stronger and safer over the years with their help - I struggle to remember life before we had them supporting us. They are always available for good advice, give solutions to problems and audits are always fair whilst taking into account the 'real world' situations we come across running a venue of this size. I would happily recommend them to anyone thinking of using them for auditing, inspections, advice or training. Truly the best in our field and a company every venue should have on board.”

Some companies we've worked with

  • Royal Opera House
  • Disney Theatrical
  • Christian Louboutin
  • local small businesses

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Health & Safety Responsibilities as a Director

Although the health and safety picture in the UK has improved significantly over the past twenty years, accidents do still happen. In the modern legal environment, if directors are proven to have been responsible for causing an accident, then a jail sentence could occur.

Fire Safety Audit

The horror of Grenfell struck home to many just how devastating fire can still be, even in an age when we think we have it under control.Through better legislation, better practices and better technology, in recent years fire safety in the UK has improved considerably. From nearly 600 fatalities from fire in 2000/01, the figure has dropped to just 261 in 2016/17. The same trend is true for non-fatal casualties, which has seen a drop from 14,000 to 3,297 across the same period.But although there is much to take comfort from in these figures, as Grenfell proved, devastating fires still take place.