Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality is best explianed by the following questions:
Is any attempt made to asses the cost arising from errors, defects, wast, customer complaints, lost sales, cost for incidents and accidents, etc.? If so, are these cost minimal or insignificant?
Is the standard of management adequate and are attemps being made to ensure that quality is given proper consideration at any stage of the manufacturing, erection, etc.?
Are your organisation SHEQ management system-documentation, procedures, operations, risk assessment, etc. in good order?
Have your personnel been trained in how to prevent errors and problems?
Do they anticipate and correct potenial causes of problems?
Do your work instructions contain the necessary safety, health, environmental and quality elements?
Are your work instructions kept up-to date?
Are your personnel informed of the work instructions?
Are training requirements identified for all personnel within your organisation?
Do your organisation control his wast and defects?
If you say no to one of the above questions you need to revisted your organisation management system.