A WHS audit aims to systematically and independently examine the current status of WHS system within an organisation. An audit also measures compliance with applicable legislation. Importantly the audit identifies areas of opportunities for improvement for the organisation and provides an action plan in order of priority.

The audit process involves using AS 4801 as an audit criteria and comparing what is legally required with what your safety system actually covers in its policies and procedures.

It is best practice to have a safety gap analysis conducted every 1-2 years. This ensures your safety systems are up to date with changing legislation and reduces the risk of workplace hazards and injury.


 Read: How to get you WHS Standards up to scratch in any business




It assists organisations meet their regulatory requirements

  • It facilitates a systematic, measured approach to WHS system development and implementation

  • Knowing precisely the level of compliance in the organisation 

  • Knowing precisely what needs to be done to improve compliance and performance

  • The audit can be used by the organisation to demonstrate continual improvement to relevant authorities.

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The audit will include detailed review of documentation, on-site observation and interviews.  A report of findings and recommendations will be prepared specifically for your organisation.

We provide:

  • Supply of audit tool
  • A comprehensive audit report
  • A compliance percentage
  • Reccommendations for improving the Work Health and Safety Management System


Audit Tool

The Audit Tool will comply with Australian Standards.



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