ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AUDITING

Environmental Health and Safety(EHS) Management System means Environmental Health and Safety Management System, an integrated system of procedures which outline responsibilities, activities and assessment of performance with respect to health, safety and environmental goals.

Environmental Health and Safety(EHS) auditing evaluate the significance of natural resources, leads environmental sustainability growth issues to manage the hazards for regulating the occupational and public health issues for human habitation causes global warming. EHS auditing involves qualitative risk analysis and environmental impacts assessment onsite. EHS audit report will formulate and meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO; EHS: 14001: 2015 and OHSAS: 18001:2007) safety management.

Environmental Health and Safety Management System (EHS) is a tool that integrates all components of our business integration allows EHS management support objectives efficiently by managing environmental impacts minimizing and controlling occupational health and safety risks with internal and external requirements drives continuous improvement(KAIZEN).

EHS goals to meet proactively identify potential risks, hazards and eliminate the risk as to low as reasonably and attainable to implement the system strategies, resources standards for corrective and preventative actions for continuous improvement and educate to employees on safe work practices and behaviours for proactive hazard identification and control.

Environmental Health and Safety Compliance reporting all incidents, defects, hazards and inadequacies procedures for corrective action can be taken and suggest improvements being active in general for all systems activities and services are carried out in a safe, environmentally responsible, reliable and cost-effective manner supports our strategy becoming a leader in environmental, health and safety management.

Environmental Health and Safety Audit preparing and implementing EHS Management systems and reviewing EHS performance to ensure activities onsite effectiveness plans tracking corrective actions for all incidents, defects, hazards, inadequacies procedures escalated.

EHS Management team responsibility for EHS policy objectives and targets for assigning and implementation activities providing the adequate resources needed to ensure its continuing suitability and actively managed leadership commitment in organization and establishment of EHS Committees to perform workplace inspections, review injury and illness records, make advisory recommendations to the Chancellor, and perform other functions necessary for the effective implementation of the employees workplace Environment, Health and Safety Program.

EHS Management leadership and commitment.
Risk planning and assessment.
On site facility management (PDCA).
Implement policy regulations & standards.
Onsite training for EHS planning procedure.
Emergency response team management.
Incident investigation and reporting.
EHS performance monitoring and reporting
EHS audit system review and Correct action.
Implement EHS continuous improvement.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING PROCEDURE.

Feasibility Site Studies.
Preliminary walk in site inspection.
Onsite data collection.
Air, noise, water, quality studies.
Water Conservation Auditing.
Environmental HAZOP and HEMP studies.
Water and waste water treatment plants studies.
Land, eco-system and road network traffic audits.
Hazardous waste management audits.
Biological environment studies.
Solid waste management studies.
Stack flue gas emission reduction measures.
Rainwater harvesting and water recycling management.
Green belt development impact measures.
Organizational setup for environmental management
Disaster management plan (DMP).
Onsite O&M, PPE management.
Safety organizational management plan
Fire protection system audits.
Hazard identification and public consultation.
Credible injuries resulting accident analysis.
Topography, hydrogeology, rainfall studies.
Water and Energy conservation.
Environmental pollution control measures.
Environmental sample analysis.
Emergency action plan.
Environmental cost benefit analysis.
Estimation and costing.
Funding and implementation.