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OHS Auditing and Safety Inspection

Each year, thousands of workers are injured when conducting unsafe manual handling tasks..

AS 4801 and ISO 9000 ISO and 14000 series of International Standards emphasize the importance of internal auditing as a management tool for monitoring and verifying the effective implementation of an organization's quality, environmental or OHS policy. Audits are also an essential part of conformity assessment activities such as external certification/registration and of supply chain evaluation and surveillance.

Auditing is one of the most valuable tools an Organization has, to drive continual improvement and maintain a competitive edge. However, internal audits it is also one of the most misunderstood and underutilised tool.

Auditing is verifying that your organisation is compliance to your business management system and business processes and verifying compliance to various “criteria” such as; government and state legislation, documented procedures/policies, standards and customer specifics. The outcome is confirmation that your management system conforms to the audit criteria or that requires continual improvement.

How can we Help you?

Quality Consulting Group (QCG) can manage your Organisation Internal Audits by conducting an independent assessment of your business management system, processes, corrective actions, monitoring process flow and facilitate management reviews and monitor your suppliers' performance! By filtering the required information to determine if your organisation is compliance to the business objectives targets and Key Performance Indicators (KPI's).

Quality Consulting Group can your organisation an effective solutions in the subcontracted management of key elements of ISO 9001, TS 16949, ISO 14001 and AS 4801 standards. QCG can also manage and facilitate your staff through the various steps needed to implementing corrective and preventive actions to achieve the required objectives targets and Key Performance Indicators (KPI's).

  • Audits must benefit both parties - the auditee must gain information far exceeding the requirements being audited
  • Audits must focus on process and system effectiveness with respect to the agreed requirements
  • Audits must be conducted using the Process Approach to ensure the audit objectives are achieved regardless of the extent the business management system is documented.
  • To facilitate effective corrective action, nonconformity must be reported by clearly stating the requirement, evidence and nature.