National Self-Insurer OHS Management System (NAT)

    The NAT defines the criteria that relevant regulators will use within their jurisdictions to assess a Self Insurer Audit.

    The NAT audit tool has been designed to assist those conducting audits using the NAT to understand and apply the audit criteria in a consistent manner. The NAT may also be used by self-insurers when undertaking self-audits to help them prepare and monitor their performance against the same criteria used by the regulators.

    Undertake a Gap Analysis/Audit of the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Management System against the National Self-Insurer OHS Management System Audit Tool which includes the following Elements:

    • Element 1: Health and safety policy
      • 1.1 Policy
    • Element 2: Planning
      • 2.1 Legal requirements and practical guidance
      • 2.2 Objectives and targets
      • 2.3 Health and safety management plans
    • Element 3: Implementation
      • 3.1 Structure and responsibility – Resources
      • 3.2 Structure and responsibility – Responsibility and accountability
      • 3.3 Structure and responsibility – Training and competency
      • 3.4 Consultation, communication and reporting – Consultation
      • 3.5 Consultation, communication and reporting – Communication
      • 3.6 Consultation, communication and reporting – Reporting
      • 3.7 Documentation
      • 3.8 Document and data control
      • 3.9 Health and safety risk management program
      • 3.10 Hazard identification, risk assessment and control of risks
      • 3.11 Emergency preparedness and response
    • Element 4: Measurement and evaluation
      • 4.1 Monitoring and measurement – General
      • 4.2 Monitoring and measurement – Health surveillance
      • 4.3 Incident investigation and corrective action
      • 4.4 Records and records management
      • 4.5 Health and safety management system audits
    • Element 5: Management review

    In addition to the interviewing of workers, the facility, equipment, conditions and controls, we review and evaluate existing documentation, management philosophy and practices to determine degree of compliance and performance.

    Provide a WHS report detailing outlining the elements of the review, as well as including existing Achievements (strengths) and Opportunities for Improvement (weaknesses), with recommendations and an Action Plan or strategy.

    Presentation of the Gap Analysis/Audit Results to the senior management as an overview of the documentation.

    Contact Us at Benchmark OHS to see how we can help you with your Self Insurer Audit.