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Audit 123 Level 2 Health and safety in the workplace Guidance Volume 2 of 2

Audit 123 Level 2 Health and safety in the workplace Guidance Volume 2 of 2

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The Audit 123 Level 2 checklists provide auditors with an in depth analysis of the criteria contained in level 1.  The searching approach puts under scrutiny the risk control systems that lead to good workplace health and safety.  The style and depth of content establishes these checklists as an excellent tactical auditing tool.

The structure of the level 2 checklists follows that of level 1, but in a more detailed format.

Both the workbook and guidance are separated into two volumes.  The combined volumes of the workbooks comprise 370 pages and the guidance comprise 314 pages. This guidance supports the corresponding Audit 123 Level 2 Health and safety in the workplace Workbook Volume 2 of 2.  Each volume has a number of sections, two for volume 1 and nine for volume 2:

A123 Level 2 Volume 1

  • Section One - Administration and Procedures
  • Section Two - Legislation Compliance - Regulations

In Section Two – ‘Legislation Compliance – Regulations’ there are 24 separate, common regulations addressed.

A123 Level 2 Volume 2

  • Section Three - Environment
  • Section Four - Equipment
  • Section Five - Materials Handling
  • Section Six - Facilities
  • Section Seven - Special Risks
  • Section Eight - External
  • Section Nine - Environment - Offices
  • Section Ten - Facilities - Offices
  • Section Eleven - Special Risks - Offices

Each section is divided into a number of parts, for example see Section 1 is divided into 16 parts, see below.

Section 1 - Administration and Procedures

  • Part 1 - Management review
  • Part 2 - Liability Insurance Certificate
  • Part 3 - Fire Arrangements
  • Part 4 - Safety Policy
  • Part 5 - Statutory Engineering Inspections
  • Part 6 - Statutory Registers and Report Forms
  • Part 7 - Accident Procedure
  • Part 8 - Emergency Procedure
  • Part 9 - Contractors/Visitors
  • Part 10 - Waste Management
  • Part 11 - Induction Training
  • Part 12 - Training
  • Part 13 - Management Controls
  • Part 14 - Safe Systems of Work
  • Part 15 - Permits to Work
  • Part 16 - Communication

Each part has a number of audit requirements within it, for example see Part 4 below, which has nine audit requirements. 

  • The existence of the health and safety policy.
  • Statement : Is it signed by Chairman/Managing Director/Chief Executive and dated.
  • Responsibilities : Clearly defined, key personnel identified.
  • Arrangements : Are there suitable arrangements for putting the health and safety policy into effect.
  • Is the main health and safety policy statement displayed.
  • Do all employees know where to view the health and safety policy.
  • Is the health and safety policy effective.
  • Is there a procedure for monitoring and reviewing the health and safety policy.
  • Have all employees been trained in the health and safety policy, its purpose and use.

Other audit checklist publications within this series:

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