Exam Topic Areas

Auditing

"An audit is a process of having outsiders evaluate management. An audit can very in depth. A management audit can be applied to an entire organization or a component of it. The purpose of the audit is to challenge existing policies, procedures and practices and their underlying concepts and principles. It looks at leadership, how well results are achieved and better ways to achieve them in the future." — Safety and Health for Engineers, Roger L. Brauer, Van Nostrand Pub.

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References & Notes -

  1. Basics of Auditing
  2. Steps for Evaluating Change
  3. OHSMS Recommendations
  4. Tools For Safety and Health Program Analysis
  5. Evaluating Your Safety and Health Program

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