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Safety Audits It is a process in which an organization's safety procedures, policies, equipment, etc. are examined carefully to see if they are effective. Safety audits serve two broad purposes: They are routinely conducted in order to determine whether the company is in compliance with safety legislation. These can be performed by representatives of a regulatory body or by the company itself. They are used to identify weaknesses in their safety programs and processes. These audits are then used as a guide for designing safety plans or to identify corrective actions that should be undertaken. A safety audit can involve a walk-through of the facility, interviewing management or employees and reviewing the company’s documentation. Although performing these safety audits can be time-consuming, the benefits are extensive as under: As an integral part of any safety management system, periodic audit only can reveal to know whether it is actually working or not; Review of controls and regular auditing allows to identify areas where it is occurring and to know how to correct; Regular feedback on the safety management system and to avoid potential losses to improve the company's safety performance; Safety audits allow to find where additional training is needed and to help the workforce; Demonstrating the company's commitment to safety of employees, potential customers and Government regulations. Various Safety Audits General Safety Audit The General Safety Audit contains different applications of the Safety Management Systems, namely Fire Safety, Electrical Safety, Mechanical Safety, Physical, Chemical and Construction safety etc. The audit is carried out as per IS 14489:1998 on "Code of Practice on Occupational Safety & Health Audit", and other applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Methodology Collection of information, analysis of data, making a schedule, site study, Identification of the activities that can lead to major fires and explosions.
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Energy Improving energy efficiency has never been higher up the business agenda. Rising fuel prices mean that reducing energy use makes economic sense, while increasingly-compelling research about climate change means that it makes social and environmental sense, too. Our products and services can help you address these issues. We also provide a wealth of information for the utilities sector such as quality management systems, product specifications and documentation, and measurement processes. Energy certification ISO 50001 Energy Management Effective energy management isn’t just good for business, it’s also becoming a requirement. And the best way to achieve it is with ISO 50001. The international standard outlines energy management practices that are considered to be the best, globally. Relevant Power and Energy Industry Standards 1. ISO 9001-Quality Management System, 2. ISO 14001-Environmental Management System, 3. OHSAS 18001-Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series, 4. ISO 50001-Energy Management System. Professional Trainings for individuals: Internal Auditor-1) ISO 9001-Quality Management System-QMS 2) ISO 14001-Environmental Management System-EMS, 3) OHSAS 18001-Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series & 4) ISO 50001-Energy Management System-EnMS. Organizational Trainings: Lead Auditor-1) ISO 9001-Quality Management System-QMS, 2) ISO 14001-Environmental Management System-EMS, 3) OHSAS 18001-Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series & 4) ISO 50001-Energy Management System-EnMS.
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FSSC 22000-Food Safety System Certification Ensuring consumer trust in the supply of safe food & drinks FSSC 22000 is fully recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and is based on existing ISO Standards. It demonstrates that a company has a robust Food Safety Management System in place that meets the requirements of its customers and consumers. FSSC 22000 was developed for the certification of food safety systems of organizations in the food chain that process or manufacture animal products, perishable vegetal products, products with a long shelf life, (other) food ingredients like additives, vitamins, bio-cultures and food packaging material manufacturing. Necessity of FSSC 22000 As a management system standard ISO 22000 is too generic when it comes to prerequisite programmes and it does not lays any specific guidelines to meet the requirements of different stake holders, customers and auditors. Scope of the scheme is applicable to the following categories Animal products, excluding slaughtering and pre-slaughtering • i.e. meat, poultry, eggs, diary and fish products Perishable vegetal products • i.e. fresh fruits and fresh juices, preserved fruits, fresh vegetables, preserved vegetables Products with long shelf life at ambient temperature i.e. canned products, biscuits, snacks, oil, drinking water, beverages, pasta, flour, sugar, salt, bio/ chemical products for food manufacturing, excluding technical and technological aids • i.e. vitamins additives and bio-cultures Benefits: Reduced costs from waste reduction, fewer product failures, and better trace-ability throughout the supply chain Reduce the food safety hazard at all levels in the product and processing environment. Meeting the prerequisite programmes expectations and requirements of food manufacturing stakeholders, including food retailers and food-service providers. Safer food to the consumers in its true spirits
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