HSE Inspections Gap Analysis  System Review :

Gap Analysis :

A EHS or QHSE review or safety quality gap analysis is a proactive approach to ensure your safety management system is effective and complying with Bocw or WHS legislation. It also emphasises to colleagues that they work in an environment which wants to promote safety as one of its core values.


Gap analysis can cover a wide range of assessments designed to identify strength weakness threat and opportunities to the businesses for improvement. Our safety experts can identify key areas that may need immediate attention and work with you to implement quality health and safety improvement plans and initiatives.

Officers including company ceo directors must exercise due diligence to ensure the organisation is fulfilling its workplace health and safety quality obligations. Health and safety commitment and leadership from the top levels of the organisation are critical to health and safety outcomes.

Due Diligence :

Some areas that due diligence should be demonstrated are

Acquiring and keeping up to date with knowledge of WHS matters

Understand business operations and the associated hazards and risks

Ensure appropriate resources and processes are implemented to eliminate or minimise risks to health and safety.

A clear communication strategy is in place for information regarding incidents, hazards and risks and responding in a timely way to that information.

Safety training for managers, workers and others involved with your business.

Our safety experts are up to date with legislation and will ensure your organisation is up to speed with all your workplace health and safety obligations.

Our Safety Gap Analysis package covers:

An initial assessment of client’s operations, hierarchy structure, existing safety management system, and training of employees.

Walk through inspection survey audit of your workplace.

Discussion of results and recommendations to achieve legislative compliance.

Documented report to client.

Systems review

The systems review can be tailored to suit any organisation. Sector specific versions currently include: Oil and Gas, Offshore, Processing, Retail, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Construction and Facilities Management.

What is it?

Review of the effectiveness of implementation an organisation’s OHSMS across multi-site / department locations.

The Systems Review process tells you exactly how effectively your health and safety and/or environmental management systems are being implemented across specific areas of your business (either across different locations or within specific departments). This is the ideal way to prepare for a more in-depth audit.

Who is it for?

Organisation’s within any sector (of any size) who require a review of how effectively their OHSMS is being implemented across multi-site and/or departments.

Why the audit is right for your organisation

Completing a systems review will help you to understand how effectively your health, safety and/or environmental management systems are being implemented. For organisations with multiple sites, this is an effective and straightforward way to compare performances across the different locations.

Independent review of how effectively your systems are being implemented at selected site(s)

Recommendations for improvement within a user-friendly report including an action planning table

Ongoing support to help you maximise business efficiencies from your management systems

Opportunity to benchmark effective management between sites

Provides a base point for more in depth auditing

A cost effective solution to maintaining health and safety standards across the business

Improved workplace standards across various site / department locations within a business.

Demonstration to stakeholders and other interested parties (including regulatory bodies) of commitment toward health and safety

Structured route toward continual improvement.

Why systems review?

  1. 1. Independent review
  2. 2. Recommendations
  3. 3. Benchmark effective SHE management between sites
  4. 4. A base point for more in-depth auditing
  5. 5. Cost-effective

“Our safety systems review proved very useful as an independent view of ‘where we were’ in terms of health and safety.

We particularly liked the bespoke nature of the review as we were able to specify some areas. Several improvements were implemented as a direct result.”