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Inspections and Audits

Projects involve the co-ordination of a great number of people, materials and components. Regular inspection is a crucial part of ensuring that the works progress as intended, both in terms of quality and compliance.

Inspections will be carried out for a number of different purposes throughout the duration of the project.

The inspection process is separate from the contractors own supervision of the works and is carried out purely to give an independent view of the works either for the client or third party.

CCAS can assist businesses that require audits of their health and safety management system. For smaller organisations, this might be as simple as an inspection of the
premises and a review of current health and safety documentation. A report is then issued detailing all observations and recommendations.

Larger organisations may be looking for an external audit check of their health and safety management system. CCAS Management system audits are carried out against the requirements of UK legislation and the principles contained in the Health & Safety Executive guidance on health & safety management systems, HS(G)65 “Successful Health & Safety Management”

Management system audits can be desktop only, or can include site verification visits to ensure that policy and practice are the same.

Following the audit, a prioritised action plan will be produced to guide any required improvements. We would be happy to assist with any recommendations if required, but this is totally up to the client and they are free to implement the recommendations without our assistance if required.

Please note that audits can also be covered as part of our annual support contracts.

Contact us for an informal discussion on how we can help, or to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our expert team.




CCAS, along with Castons Consulting Limited, is delighted to join the Artelia Group, the independent project and engineering consultancy working across the built environment, energy, mobility, industry and water sectors.

To connect and find out more about this exciting evolution for CCAS, please contact Peter Dring or Matthew Norman.


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