Safety audits are intended to assure that effective measures are in place for identifying, eliminating, or controlling hazards that could adversely impact a company’s physical and human assets. Conducted properly, this type of audit will help reduce injury and illness rates, lower workers compensation and other business costs, empower employees by involving them in activities affecting their own safety and health, increase job satisfaction, and make the company more competitive. Primatech Managements Ltd’s expertise makes us an ideal safety assessor for organisations of all types and size.
The audit is conducted in compliance to Section 13 (1) of Legal Notice No. 31 of 2004 under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 2007 of the laws of Kenya.
This assessment is done in compliance to Section 36 of the Fire Risk Reduction Rules, 2007. These are done by an approved Fire Safety Auditor as per Section 37 of the said rules and who conducts all duties as required under Sec 38 of the rules aforesaid
A health and safety risk assessment is in compliance to sec.6 (3) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 2007 under Part II - General Duties.
Noise Level Assessments are done as stipulated under Sec. 6(1) that states that the occupier should carry out measurements of noise at least once every period of twelve months in order to determine the prevailing noise.