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Title: Health and Safety Management System Audit Closing Meeting


1
Health and Safety Management System AuditClosing
Meeting
  • Lead Auditor (insert name)
  • Audit Team (insert team members)
  • (insert audit dates)

2
Purpose
  • The purpose is to complete a health and safety
    management system audit of (insert
    faculty/school/workplace) against the QUT
    National Health and Safety Audit Tool and
    Queenslands Performance Criteria and Guidelines
    for Workplace Health and Safety Reports for
    Self-Insurers

3
Audit Objectives
  • There are two objectives
  • To ascertain compliance with the requirement of
    Workplace Health and Safety Queenslands
    performance benchmark and
  • To provide QUT with a meaningful report.

4
The Audit Process
  • There are three phases of the audit process
  • Document review
  • Management, staff (professional and academic) and
    student interviews and
  • Workplace inspections.

5
National Audit Tool Elements
  • Audits of management systems are undertaken by
    auditors using the following five major headings
    as outlined in the QUT National Health and
    Safety Audit Tool
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • Planning
  • Implementation
  • Measurement and Evaluation
  • Management Review

6
Performance Benchmark
  • Elements 1, 2, 4 and 5 are addressed by yes / no
    answer format, whilst in Element 3, a Level of
    Achievement is required

7
Level of Achievement for Element 3
8
Weightings
  • Each topic under Element 3 is given a weighting
    ranging from 3 - 12, and a score is calculated by
    multiplying the level achieved by the weighting
    figure.
  • A minimum achievement of 70 of the available
    score is required in order to meet a minimum
    acceptable standard.

9
Good Management Practices
10
Element 1 Health and Safety Policy
11
Element 2 - Planning
12
Element 3 - Implementation
13
Element 4 Measurement and Evaluation
14
Element 5 Management Review
15
Good Practices
16
Good Practices
17
Good Practices
18
Areas for Improvement
19
Areas for Improvement
20
Areas for Improvement
21
Areas for Improvement
22
Recommendations
23
Performance Benchmark
  • Element 1, 2, 4 and 5
  • Element 3

24
Congratulations
  • Please thank all staff for their support and
    participation
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