Career Objectives for Safety Auditor

1.The Professional safety auditor, with the eyes that looks into detail and with the brain which familiars in the International safety standards

2.The ambitious safety auditor with the experience of ----- into internal and external safety audits, the qualified safety auditor in OHSAS 18001-2007 Standards.

3.The Safety auditor with the experience of both OHSAS 18001 assessment of requirements and implementation stages, which enable the organization to meet its own, and ultimate health and safety goals.

4.The IRCA approved Safety auditor, with the professional experience in Safety audits, safety inspection and safety reviews with the ultimate communication skills.

5.The Qualified and experienced safety auditor, looking for an ultimate position in the organization, where I can apply the health and safety tactics, to meet the needs of OHSAS 18001 & legal requirements.

Ladder Safety Tools box talk

“Ladders are the hazardous equipment which can kill you” do you believe it;
Whenever you are using the ladder yourself, ensure that you are using it safely, by following the safety procedures,

  • Ensure the ladders are safe, free from defects and damages
  • Do not use wooden ladders, which is painted or damaged
  • Ensure yourself the ladders are with suitable strength and length for the type of job needed
  • Check the Ground conditions are sound and capable of withstanding the load of you and ladder
  • Do not use metal or aluminum ladders for the electrical works
  • Never carry any tools and materials while climbing on the ladder
  • Ensure the ladders are secured on both ends to prevent slip out
  • Remember to extend the ladders minimum 3 feet above the stepping point to provide adequate handhold
  • Position the ladder by following 1:4 ratio (75 degree)
  • If you are using the ladders on vehicles passage ways; ensure the area is barricaded to prevent collision
  • Before using the ladder checkout, the presence of overhead power lines and other hazards
  • Do not over reach the ladder at any circumstance
  • Face towards the ladder while ascending and descending
  • Maintain always three points of contact while using the ladder.
  • Do not carry any materials; if use of materials needed, use tools bag or any material transmission systems.
  • If you found any defects in the ladder, report the condition immediately to the supervisor
  • Never paint the ladder
  • Use the anti-slippery shoes and other ppe as needed based on the job.

Office Inspection Checklist

  •   Do the packing materials are reused where ever possible?
  •   Do the refillable of Eco-friendly stationery are used where ever possible Ex: Refillable ball pens, pencils and markers, rechargeable batteries etc.
  •  Do the wasters are segregated with separate containers?
  •  Do the proper disposal of wastes are takes place for recycling purpose?
  • Do the spent cartridges are collected for recycling purpose?
  • Do the batteries and computer wastes are collected for proper disposal
  • Do the environmental friendly paper cups, paper plates, tissue papers are used
  • Do the bio degradable or refillable detergents are used
  •  Do the cloths or towels are available in pantry?
  • Do the records for drinking water is maintained?
  •  Do the “Save water” stickers are available & properly located at suitable locations
  •  Do there any faulty water tape or running water identified during inspections?
  • Do the records of energy consumption in the office maintained?
  •  Do the air-conditioners, lighting, computers, printers, photocopiers and electrical appliances turned off where the office is unoccupied?
  •  Do the “Save energy” signs are located at strategic places?
  •   Do the temperature & humidity range of air conditioners are set at comfort level?
  •   Do the proper ventilation systems are provided inside the office?
  • Do the Computers/laptops set to switch to energy saving mode when idle for 20 minutes or more?
  • Do the No smoking policy are implemented inside the Office
  • Do the suitable lighting facilities are provided inside the office without any glare / flickering effects?
  • Do the regular cleaning of workstations and computers are takes place?
  • Do the daily housekeeping schedules are prepared and implemented?
  •   Do the office equipment’s, machines and furniture are serviced and maintained?
  • Do the general safety training's are conducted as per training schedule?
  •  Do the admin are notified with “Serviceable issues” if any?
  • Do the office conditions comply with the objectives & programs mentioned in OHSE Manual?
  •   Do the legal requirements are compiled?
  • Do the proper seating facilities are provided with “ergonomically design” principle such as adjust-ability?
  • Do the welfare facilities are provided such as (washing station, eating facilities, sanitation facilities are usable and properly maintained?