A safety inspection is a documented or formalized procedure that is often carried out by a safety specialist to identify potential hazards.
It is no surprise that regulatory safety inspections will improve the safety of employees. Inspections should be an essential for any organization, regardless of their field of business. These inspections have several specific functions that include: Identifying already existing or potentially hazardous conditions.
A safety inspection looks for safety hazards and unsafe practices throughout a facility. The inspection should:
- Determine whether safeguards are in place
- Examine whether the equipment presents any hazards
- Gather air, water, and other samples to test for hazardous substances
- Observe work practices to identify unsafe actions
MARK 1 carry out third–party safety inspections to Building Safety, Electrical Safety and Fire safety.
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