8 signs your construction company needs to improve its safety culture |  2020-08-04 | ISHN

Inspections of facilities are a necessary aspect of doing business, and the safest way to do them is with foresight, experience, and preparation.

To reduce risk and improve inspection results i.e. to improve the inspection of your building you are advised to follow a set of strategies which will help you achieve better results for the same. Some of the strategies follows:

  • To minimize risks and hazards, use safety inspection guide/checklist:

A safety inspection (or audit) is carried out by a safety officer to assess accidents and dangers in the workplace. It also assesses the dependability of health and safety services. The findings of this process will be used by your executive leadership team to avoid work-related accidents, injuries, and casualties, as well as ensure that the company complies with safety regulations.

A safety officer will monitor the worksite and look for hazardous procedures, systems, or places during the audit. The officer will search for dangers that could lead to an injury, illness, or death. He or she will search into the same three groups which are mentioned below-

  1. Unsafe conditions
  2. Unsafe equipment
  3. Unsafe acts

The findings will be reported and shared with the company after the audit.

 

  • The PDCA Cycle will help you improve the performance of your inspection routines.   

The Deming Cycle (also known as the PDCA Cycle) is a quality control model that facilitates workplace improvement. This four-step model can be seen in a wide range of cases, including facility inspections. Let’s take a closer look at how leadership teams should use the cycle to make inspections go more smoothly.

    1. Plan – Establish the activity’s objectives and priorities.
    2. Do – Establish a thorough inspection plan. Protocols should specify who will conduct the inspection, where it will take place, what will be observed, and where the inspection details will be held (preferably in an inspections software application).
    3. Check – Once the checks are over and the documentation has been compiled, review the results. Data audits are important.
    4. Act – Come up with ideas for how to make the inspections process easier and more efficient.
  • Develop a comprehensive building inspection list.

A proper building inspection process is critical to ensuring a clean, usable, and code-compliant workplace. Inspections show not only normal wear and tear on appliances, but also serious equipment malfunctions that may cause injuries or even death to the staff.

  • Using specialized software, compile essential information for inspectors.

Specialized inspection software will provide a cutting edge, but easy-to-use guide that makes completing inspections manageable for any sector or industry. Use the inspections module to:

1. Get rid of the inconvenient paper-based organization processes.
2. Keep track of inspection histories by asset class automatically.
3. Keep track of the preventive maintenance steps you’ve taken in the past.
4. Analyze inspection results and current findings
5. Have e-copies of paperwork to regulators to demonstrate conformity.

Inspections don’t have to be dreadful or terrifying. Get actionable advice, a to-do list, and free software to help your company achieve and maintain compliance today. For further help book a demo or get more info about FACTECH AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS 

 

 

 

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