304-100 - Aspect No A1 / Yum compliance 3.4

  • What would the impact of a spill on the environment should it not be cleaned up effectively?
    (Ask employee, eg, adverse publicity, contamination of the wet lands or fines)

  • Comment

  • Are spill response kits located in the Maintenance area and are personnel aware of the location?

  • Comment

EP304-100 - Aspect No A3 / Yum Compliance 5.1

  • Have BBL completed the Visy Contractor & Gepps Cross Site Inductions in the last 12 months?
    (Review LMS training records).

  • Comment

304-100 - Aspect No A3 & E1 / Yum Compliance 3.4.

  • Are BBL contractors aware of the Storm Water Shut off Valve and it's function?
    (Ask employee location of storm water shut off valve)

  • Comment

  • Is the spill response kit located in or near the Maintenance workshop adequately stocked?

  • Comment

WHS Regulations 2012 - Regulation 344

  • Are SDS's for chemicals in the contractor area readily available at point of use?

  • Comment

  • Are SDS's up to date (5 Years) as required by legislation?
    (Do a random check of SDS's)

  • Comment

  • Rate the housekeeping at the BBL area at the time of the audit.

  • Report the housekeeping standard to the Operations Manager.

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  • AREAS OF CONCERN:

  • POSITIVE OBSERVATIONS:

  • SUMMARY OF AUDIT:
    This audit was part of the 2014 Internal Audit Timetable, scheduled for the Gepps Cross EMS. The aim of this audit was to establish compliance with EPA licences, internal environmental procedures and supplier compliance regarding environmental impacts, training and WHS regulations.

    This audit was conducted on the Maintenance area by interviewing the Maintenance Employees regarding the impacts of spills on the environment, location of spill kits, environmental training and the location and function of the storm water shut off valve.

  • CORRECTIVE ACTIONS:

  • SIGNATURE OF AUDITOR 1

  • SIGNATURE OF AUDITOR 2

  • SENIOR MANAGEMENT REVIEW:

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