Health & Safety Audit


BMac Safety Solutions Audit

BMac Safety Solutions is a leading provider of Safety Auditing Services for clients all over the Mid-West of Ireland (including Ennis, Galway and Limerick). We cover both General Health and Safety Audits and Construction Site Health and Safety Audits. Our specialists provide practical reports that indicate clearly the hazards identified and the controls required to minimise risks. All audits lead to actions and control measures that MUST be implemented.

BMac Safety Solutions are well known in industry for our practical control measures and safety systems and have extensive experience of carrying out audits of many different systems and locations. These include, but are not limited to:

Safety Audits

BMac Safety Limited provides a comprehensive Safety Audit service. This service is tailored to meet each client’s specific requirements.

 A Safety Audit may be a requirement of your insurance company before they will renew your annual insurance. A regular Safety Audit will help you to identify how well your business is performing from a Health and Safety point of view. It will be useful to identify if unsafe working practices exist and should help to reduce work place accidents.

A client’s safety management system needs to be regularly monitored to ensure that a safe workplace exists. We will visit your workplace and collect the relevant information to determine how effective your companies’ Health and Safety policies are working on the ground. We will review your training records and safety documentation and advise you whether your systems are adequate or if they need to be improved upon. We will advise if your staff require further training and what steps are required for improvement.

We look at the complete operation of your company from a Health and Safety perspective. This will include the operation of and the safety of the equipment used in the day to day running of the business. We will examine your safety plans, your action plans for foreseeable emergencies, and the emergency plans themselves. We also look at safe staffing levels, facilities, hazard identification and procedures. We can assist you to put check lists and records in place.

On the completion of a Safety Audit we will compile a report based in our observation of your business’s operation and we will outline a plan for improvement detailing what actions need to be taken by the organisation going forward.

Applicable Legislation

The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires employers

to manage and conduct work activities in such a way as to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, safety, health and welfare of his or her employees

The Construction Industry is one of the high risk sectors in Ireland that result in significant numbers of injuries and fatalities. The Safety, Health and Welfare (Construction) Regulations 2013 place new demands on Clients, Designers, Employers and Contractors.

Conducting Health and Safety Audits is a proactive health and safety management tool to ensure the effective management of health and safety at work and to ensure legal compliance with the regulations.

Construction Project Safety Audit

Typically, BMac Safety Solutions will conduct an audit of the work site and a review of all organisational arrangements and documentation in any a Construction Project Safety Audit.

On completion of the audit a detailed written report outlining the findings of the audit will be issued. The audit report will prioritise corrective actions and recommendations.

A detailed Construction Audit may include a review of the following documents and systems:

  • PSDP role
  • PSCS role
  • Client role
  • Preliminary Health and Safety Plan(s)
  • Construction Health and Safety Plan(s)
  • Systems of work
  • Method statements
  • Risk assessments
  • Existing site safety audits
  • Permits
  • Safety induction
  • Tool box talks

While this is not an exhaustive list, it provides a good indication of the areas covered in a Construction Audit.

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