An inspection is a planned walk-through of a workplace or work-site designed to help the workplace meet compliance with the law; and more importantly allow for the identification and control of any factors that can cause injury or illness.
Routine workplace inspections are therefore a critical component of a good accident, occupational disease and fire prevention program.
This program will assist managers, supervisors, committee members and health and safety representatives in performing effective inspections. The purpose of the inspection is to determine if hazards are present, if workers have been or are likely to be exposed to hazards, if anyone has been injured as a result of the exposure; and whether or not safe working procedures are being followed by workers.
An inspection procedure has four components; preparation, inspection, reporting and follow-up. This course will take participants through these fundamental components and will provide a solid foundation for recognizing, assessing and controlling identified workplace hazards.
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