bizSAFE Risk Management Audit

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The objective of bizSAFE Risk Management Audit is to assess organizations compliance with WSH (Risk Management) Regulations and bizSAFE Requirements.

This audit is applicable to those organizations who are going for bizSAFE Certification.

Audit Criteria:

Code of Practice on Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Risk Management.

Audit Scope:

bizSAFE Risk Management Audit

Audit Methodology:

Audit Preparation
Conducting the opening meeting
Familiarization tour of the workplace
Communicating during the audit
Collecting and verifying information
Preparing audit conclusions;
Conducting the closing meeting;
Preparation and Submission of Audit report

Technical Experts:

Technical Experts will be deployed as necessary for audits.

Application by Applicant Organization (Request for quotation)

Applicant organization submit the request for quotation for auditing service. Information to be provided by applicant organization:
a) The desired scope of the audit;
b) Relevant details of the applicant organization, including its name and the address(es) of its site(s), its processes and operations, human and technical resources (total manpower), functions, relationships and any relevant legal obligations;
c) Identification of outsourced processes used by the organization that will affect conformity to requirements;
d) The standards or other requirements for which the applicant organization is seeking auditing services;

Application Review

Upon receiving the application from the applicant organization, Sri Singapore will conduct a review of the application and supplementary information for auditing to ensure that
a) Any known differences in understanding between Sri Singapore and the applicant organization is resolved;
b) Sri Singapore has the competence and ability to perform the audit activities;
c) The site(s) of the applicant organization’s operations, time required to complete audits and any other points influencing the auditing activities are taken into account (language, safety conditions, threats to impartiality, etc.).

After reviewing the application, Sri Singapore will inform the applicant organization’s authorized representative formally through email, whether the application has been accepted or declined. Where the application is declined, the reasons for declining the application shall be documented and made clear to the client.

If the application is accepted, Sri Singapore will determine the number of auditors for the audit, the competences needed to be included in the audit team and the audit duration (based on Annex 2 to Appendix 2 of CT 17).

Determining Audit Time

The minimum time for conducting an audit will be determined in compliance to the requirements stipulated in below table as per Annex 2 to Appendix 2 of CT 17.

Audit Plan

An audit plan is established by Designated Auditors for each audit to provide the basis for agreement regarding the conduct and scheduling of the audit activities.
The audit plan will be communicated, and the dates of the audit agreed upon, in advance, with the client.

On-site Audit

The audit team will conduct the on-site audit using the audit checklist provided. The on-site audit will include:

– Interviews;
– Observation of processes and activities (Physical inspection);
– Review of documentation and records.

Opening meeting
Familiarization tour of the workplace
Obtaining and verifying information through

Audit Report

A written report will be provided to the client for each audit conducted.
a) SRI SINGAPORE CERTIFICATION PTE LTD shall provide a written report for each audit to the client
b) The ownership of Audit Report belong to Sri Singapore Certification Pte Ltd and the client should not modify any information in that report.

Note:

a) Client does not use or permit the use of the Sri Singapore Certification Pte Ltd ’s audit report or testimony or the Sri Singapore Certification Pte Ltd’s mark in communication media such as the Internet, brochures or advertising, or other documents;
b) Client does not make or permit any misleading statement regarding the audit;