This course develops the necessary skills to assess and report on the implementation and effectiveness of controls and processes based on ISO 45005. You’ll learn how to initiate an audit, prepare and conduct audit activities, compile and distribute audit reports, and complete follow-up activities.
If you need to understand the requirements of an occupational health and safety management system and are confident enough not to need tutor-led training, you can opt for an online, self-paced version of our ISO 45001 Requirements course.
On completion of this training you will have the knowledge of ISO 45001 requirements and methods for its implementation, and the skills to effectively lead, manage and delegate activities to ensure the effective implementation of ISO 45001 within your organization.
To provide delegates with the knowledge and skills required to perform first, second and third-party audits of occupational health and safety management systems against ISO 45001, in accordance with ISO 19011 and ISO/IEC 17021, as applicable.
This course is ideal for existing auditors as it combines the 1-day ‘ISO 45001 Migration’ course with an additional day of auditing activities. You’ll learn how ISO 45001 is different to OHSAS 18001:2007, and apply this practically in order to build your ISO 45001 auditing skill.
An effective occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system can help an organization manage health and safety in the workplace for workers and other people affected by the organization’s activities.
This masterclass will provide you with the knowledge and skills to implement, maintain and improve the more technical aspects of an occupational health and safety management system (OH&S MS) based on ISO 45001.
This course will help to equip yourself with adequate understanding on how to decode and apply the legal requirements that applicable to your industry. Consequently, update your legal register to meet part of clause 6.1.3 of ISO 45001.
This course will provide you with the necessary knowledge to manage hazardous chemicals within your organization including labelling, classification, storage, handling, processing and disposal. You’ll learn about current legislation, and the importance of safety data sheets (SDS) as well as risk assessments, training and emergency response plans.
Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994, the Safety and Health Committee has been entrusted with the responsibility to conduct incident investigation. The objective is to ensure that incidents are prevented from recurrence. To achieve this, a systematic approach is required and this is just the course for you.