Complete Health & Safety Audit Training Courses

Health and safety audit training courses to help you understand safety audits, and how to plan and conduct audits.


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What is Safety audit

Taking health and safety audit training helps build awareness about safety audits. The training can also help you prepare, plan and conduct safety audits. As you go through the training, we’ll help you recognize the importance of safety audits. We’ll also help you understand the value of safety audit programs for your facility.

First, we’ll see why safety audits are so important. Safety audits play an important role in creating a safe workplace and protecting patients. Then, we’ll look at different types of safety audits. After this brief introduction, we’ll audit healthcare facilities’ safety and health management systems.

The health and safety audit training course will help you learn about the guidelines for conducting safety audits. Then, you’ll learn about the patient safety audit system (PSAS). Lastly, you’ll learn about safety audit reports, including how to formulate recommendations for corrective actions and conduct follow-ups.

Course Description

Course NameSafety Audit
Duration30 mins
Certificate IncludedYes
Languages English
Course TypeInteractive online training
FormatLM-light, SCORM 1.2
Supported DevicesDesktop/Laptop, Tablet, Phone
Last UpdatedJune 30, 2021

What you’ll learn

  • What’s the importance of safety audits?
  • What are the objectives of a safety audit?
  • How to plan and conduct a safety audit
  • How to inspect work areas and work practices
  • How to formulate recommendations for corrective action recommendations


  1. Objective and goal of the safety audits training 
  2. Flow of the safety audits training
  3. What is an audit?
  4. What is a safety audit?
  5. Importance of safety audits
  6. Safety audits and their types
  7. Continuous safety audits
  8. How to deal with formal safety audits
  9. Workplace safety programs
  10. What is HCF?
  11. More about hazardous waste
  12. Health and safety management
  13. Guidelines for safety audits
  14. Why you need a health and safety policies
  15. How to organize your staff on health and safety 
  16. How to plan and set your safety standards
  17. How to measure your health and safety performance
  18. Learn from experience – audit and review
  19. Patient Safety – Safety Audits
  20. Safety audit reports
  21. SAR – Recording hazards
  22. SAR – Should specify
  23. SAR – Corrective actions
  24. What you need to add to your safety audit reports

Who Should Attend?

  • Managers, supervisors, and general employees

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Effective Courses

  • Each course is 20-40 min long to ensure engagement with quizzes and certificate
  • SCORM 1.2 Compliant


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State and federal regulations dictate the time period for which you need to keep a document. Similarly, you might need to keep certain documents safe for business reasons. As you go through the information retention and destruction training, you’ll learn how to keep these documents safe.

Refer to your data retention policy to understand how to handle your documents. Every document, where it’s in paper or digital format, needs to be retained for a certain period of time. Also, how you store the document is also important. You’ll find all of the information in your data retention policy.

When creating your data retention policy, ensure that you cover the following topics.

  1. What type of information should be retained?
  2. Why do you need to retain a particular form of information?
  3. How long should a piece of information be retained?
  4. How and where to retain information?