Safety Management System Audit
In accordance to Regulation 9 of the Workplace Safety and Health (Safety and Health management System and Auditing) regulations 2009, it shall be the duty of the occupier of the workplace to appoint a workplace safety and health auditor to audit the safety and health management system (SHMS) of the workplace at a frequency matching the class of the workplace.
|Classes or description of workplaces||Frequency of audit|
|Any worksite with a contract sum of $30 million or more||At least once every 6 months|
|Any shipyard in which 200 or more persons are employed||At least once every 12 months|
|Any factory engaged in the manufacturing of fabricated metal products, machinery or equipment and in which 100 or more persons are employed||At least once every 12 months|
|Any factory engaged in the processing or manufacturing of petroleum, petroleum products, petrochemicals or petrochemical products||At least once every 24 months|
|Any premises where the bulk storage of toxic or flammable liquid is carried on by way of trade or for the purpose of gain and which has a storage capacity of 5,000 or more cubic metres for such toxic or flammable liquid||At least once every 24 months|
|Any factory engaged in the manufacturing of —
a.fluorine, chlorine, hydrogen fluoride or carbon monoxide; or
|At least once every 24 months|
|Any factory engaged in the manufacturing of pharmaceutical products or their intermediates||At least once every 24 months|
|Any factory engaged in the manufacturing of semiconductor wafers||At least once every 24 months|
ESIS offers the service to conduct the SHMS audit in accordance with the relevant WSH legislation and guidelines set out for the construction industry.