OH&S Management System Building Training
ISO 45001 certification is an international standard that specifies requirements for an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS), aimed at improving safety and health for employees and stakeholders.
Introduced in March 2018, ISO 45001 marks an important step forward in the collective effort to improve occupational health and safety (OH&S) worldwide. Issued by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), this standard enables organizations to proactively improve injury prevention and disease reduction, while protecting organizational sustainability.
Deployment, implementation ISO 45001
Building an OHSMS and applying ISO 45001 certification specifically for your business, we will make the implementation process of your business as simple as possible. This is the tool to turn passion into effective action.
Are you ready to apply ISO 45001:2018?
The standard can be used by organizations with low-risk activities. As well as large and complex organizations there is a high degree of risk.
While the Standard requires OH&S risks to be addressed and controlled, it also takes a risk-based approach to the OH&S management system to ensure:
a) The system is in effect
b) Be improved to meet the organization's constantly changing “context”. This risk-based approach aligns with the way which organizations manage their other “business” risks and thereby encourages the integration of the requirements of the standard into their overall management processes of organisations.
Every business is separate and unique. Each business is a different stage in implementing the roadmap of ISO 45001 certification.
REQUIREMENTS OF ISO 45001:2018
Following the new structure of the Annex SL, ISO 14001 is organized into the following main clauses:
Clause 1: Scope
Clause 2: Normative references
Clause 3: Terms and definitions
Clause 4: Context of the organization
Clause 5: Leadership
Clause 6: Planning
6.1 Actions to address risks and opportunities
6.2 OH&S objectives and planning to achieve them
Clause 7: Support
Clause 8: Operation
Clause 9: Performance evaluation
Clause 10: Improvement
Maintain the ISO 45001 system
When implemented properly, an ISO 45001 management system offers many advantages for organizations and their employees:
Positions your business as industry leaders, increases trust
Lowers insurance premiums
Reduce risk, identify opportunities
Improves individual safety as well as organisational, demonstrate your commitment to safety
Improves managerial oversight
Preventative risk and hazard assessment
Increases return on investment (ROI)
Engage employees in safety, shift from reactive to proactive
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