Health and safety audit  

The employer is obliged to ensure systematic inspections of health and safety of work with particular consideration of the organization of work processes, technical condition of machines and other technical devices and determine the ways of registering irregularities and methods of their removal (§ 40 section 1 of the Regulation of the Minister of Labor and Social Policy of September 26 1997 on general health and safety at work regulations (consolidated text: Journal of Laws of 2003 No. 169, item 1650, as amended)

Our specialists are at your disposal in the implementation of this obligation. The scope of the health and safety audit includes: control of working conditions and observance of health and safety rules and principles, with particular emphasis on workplaces in which pregnant women or nursing mothers are employed, young people, disabled people, shift workers, including working at night, and natural persons who work on a basis other than the employment relationship in the workplace or in the place designated by the employer, and preparing and presenting the employer, analysis of the health and safety at work containing proposals for technical and organizational measures to prevent risks to life and health employees and improvement of working conditions.

The analysis of health and safety conditions enables the assessment of ensuring safe and hygienic working conditions. Thanks to the analysis of OSH conditions, the employer can obtain a reliable review of all OSH-related issues, familiarize themselves with them and respond to the resulting conclusions. The health and safety analysis, prepared in a comprehensive manner, will also show employees of the OHS service whether their work gives the expected results.

Health and safety analysis includes, among other things, issues related to:

preventive health care over employees

employee training in the field of health and safety

accidents at work and other accidents

health and safety committees

health and safety services

work environment research

occupational diseases


machinery and technological processes

control of external supervision bodies

protection of women and young people

particularly dangerous work

occupational risks

work rooms