OT Exemption Audit

OT Exemption Audit

The objective of Overtime Exemption Audit is to assess risk levels of work activities in an organization which are required to be carried out overtime beyond 12 hours a day.

No. of man days is very subjective and for some small SMEs, we will complete audit in 0.5 day also. This audit is applicable to those organizations who are applying for Overtime Exemption.

What will an auditor assess?

It is the responsibility of the auditor to ensure that each risk assessment has considered the following components:

  1. The length of all extended working hours within that workplace
  2. The types of work and the workload of the employees
  3. Where applicable, they may also assess adjusted exposure limits to noise and chemicals, heat stress and the manual lifting of materials.

This auditing process is set out to ensure that it considers all implemented risk control methods that the company may already have in place.

Upon going through risk register, our auditor will endorse the organisation provided they are satisfied with the outcome, have confirmed that all work activities carried out overtime involve Low Risk as well as ensuring that none of the activities listed under Annex A of Overtime Exemption Application Form are carried out overtime.


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