3-Year Compliance Audit 3-Year Compliance Audit

What to Expect:

3-Year Compliance Audits offer a comprehensive review of all OSHA Process Safety Management & EPA Risk Management Plan documentation and practices. Trained engineers will develop a report to identify areas of deficiency and issue recommendations to bring your facility into full compliance with OSHA and EPA regulations.


  1. Walkthrough and visual inspections of the facility to ensure that the practices of employees are reflective of the written program.
  2. Verify that all employees have access to and are allowed to participate in the development of the PSM/RMP program.
  3. Review PSM Committee meeting records and meeting minutes.
  4. Review Process Safety Information (PSI) documentation for compliance with applicable codes & standards.
  5. Verify that Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs) have been completed and any recommendations from previous PHAs have been resolved.
  6. Review of Standard Operating Procedures for compliance with PSM/RMP Regulations as well as IIAR Standards.
  7. Review and verify that all Employee Training is complete and documented.
  8. Verify that contractor safety programs for contractors working on or near the ammonia refrigeration system are complete.
  9. Review and verify Pre-Startup Safety Review records.
  1. Verify that the Mechanical Integrity (MI) is being implemented and follow good engineering practices.
  2. Review and verify that the Hot Work permit program is being implemented.
  3. Review and verify that the Management of Change (MOC) records are complete and up-to-date.
  4. Review Incident Investigation reports for completeness and verify that any findings and recommendations have been resolved.
  5. Verify that the facility’s Emergency Planning and Response program is up-to-date and evacuation drills are being held.
  6. Verify that the RMP Registration is up-to-date and accurate.
  7. Review and verify that External Events, Management Programs and Record Keeping sections have been updated as necessary.
  8. Provide a digital report of findings & recommendations along with the required audit certification.
  9. Provide follow-up consultation to discuss the findings of the inspection, along with next steps to correct any deficiencies. 

Scope of work to be performed by a trained engineer knowledgeable in the process and in auditing techniques.

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