Our Brochures

Do you have any questions?

Contact our helpful team to discuss how we can help.

WHS Auditing Solutions

Many organisations require a WHSMS Audit when they need to provide assurance to businesses they are proposing to do work with/tender for work. Others have their WHS Management System audited as a best practice measure.

All NSW government construction projects with a contract value of $1m need an accredited WHS management system that is consistent with the WHS Management Systems and Auditing Guidelines (5th Edition), a key element of the Procurement Policy Frameworks of the NSW Government. These requirements apply for tenders invited from 1 Oct 2013 and subsequent contracts.

At OHP, we can provide a Workplace and Occupational Health and Safety (WHS/OHS) and risk management audit solution to assist your organisation in achieving compliance to WHS, Quality and Environmental programs.

OHP WHS Audit Solutions Include:

Gap Analysis Review

A pre-audit program, its purpose is to identify gaps in your Management System and provide areas for improvement to meet compliance against Australian and International Standards.

Desktop/Site Verification Audit

An audit program, which evaluates the compliance of your Management System, through document review and observation of workplace activities.

National Audit Tool (NAT) Audits for Self-Insured Organisations

Based on AS/NZS 4801, this OHS audit program is based on a set of national audit guidelines and defines the criteria that relevant Regulators will use within their jurisdictions to assess OHS Management Systems of Self-Insurers.

National Audit Tool (NAT) Audits for Self-Insured Organisations

Through preparation for Certification to achieve certification against the following Australian and International Standards:

  • AS/NZS 4801 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System Certification
  • OHSAS 18001 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System Certification
  • ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System Certification
  • ISO 9001 – Quality Management System Certification
  • Integrated Management System Certification

Second Party Audits

An audit program tailored to meet organisational requirements, such as:

  • Supplier Audits
  • Contractor Audits
  • Risk Profiling Audits

Legislative Compliance Audits

An audit program, based on legislative compliance to assist with identifying, assessing and controlling risks to provide the foundation for establishing a systematic approach to managing WHS.

Property and Risk Compliance Audits

An audit program designed to benchmark properties against risk and WHS parameters, with risk and compliance scoring. The program assists property owners and facility managers, building supervisors involved in the management of properties, to demonstrate due diligence and achieve compliance with regulatory requirements through practical risk control recommendations.