Safety Compliance Audit

Do you know where your company is in terms of compliance to the health and safety regulations in Canada?

Do you want to ensure due diligence is performed to minimize risks pertaining to health and safety, a requirement by law?
Do you need to prepare for an external audit mandated by the M.O.L?


4S Consulting Services offer a Hazard, Assessment and Control Safety Compliance Review (or Gap Analysis) to stack up your existing health and safety program against the WSIB Workwell standard. We utilize the WSIB Workwell audit format, which involves an on-site evaluation of documents and a review of your operations. We take on the role of the auditor to thoroughly assess the health and safety program – as well as help you maintain compliance by giving you viable solutions.

Comprehensive and Thorough Analysis


Our Gap Analysis is a very comprehensive and thorough analysis of your current health and safety program. It will detail all the areas pertaining to health and safety that you should focus on to not only ensure compliance – but to excel in health and safety. If some elements are lacking at your workplace, you will know exactly what you need to do to bring your program up to standard.

Our trained experts will come and assess your workplace – reviewing your policies and procedures, health and safety materials, hazard identification report, the reporting channels for injuries and illnesses, health and safety training provided to employees, first aid accessibility, return to work schedules and plans, etc. It will be all documented and presented in a complete report, listing out which areas have scored well and which areas you need to focus on.

It is also good practice to review and assess your health and safety program every year – to ensure relevancy and compliance. A yearly Gap Analysis is a great tool to prove that you have done your due diligence to ensure safety for your workers.


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