Environmental Safety Audit
Any organization of any size can undertake the audit, and at any stage of the environmental management journey, they are on. For organizations starting out on their journey of implementing environmental management, we at Samarth Safety assist with the necessary guidance about the audit that can be used as a road map for both short and long-term plans for environmental performance enhancement.
Our goal is to provide assistance for organizations with a long-standing commitment to environmental management; the audit provides a robust third-party validation of your organization’s current policies, processes, and practices. It includes recommendations aligned with best practices that allow you to improve continually.
We provide you with the all-round solutions for services in your audit reports:
- External recognition of Environmental Management Systems to best practice standards
- Demonstration to stake-holders and other interested parties (including regulatory bodies) of commitment toward environmental responsibility
- The structured route toward continual improvement and best practice standards
- Monitor current and changing environmental legislation
- Improve your environmental management systems
- Improve resource efficiency
- Assess your current systems allowing you to an action plan to meet the revised standards
- Demonstrate your commitment to customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders, and the local community
- The exclusive certificate and logo can be used to demonstrate your success
- Help to identify and correct compliance issues, which can improve workplace safety and help to reduce facility and personal liability
- Serve as an educational tool
- Increase awareness and understanding of environmental and safety regulations
- Be an opportunity to demonstrate the facility’s commitment to compliance
- Potentially identify ways to improve the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the compliance program
After the audit, our team will ensure that the recommendations and implementation of solutions are shared with all managers, line supervisors, and workers and make sure that they understand what they are required to do and the reasons for any changes in job procedures. Organize team meetings, or meet with each affected employee individually to explain any new information.