OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems Implementation
Devising a cost-effective system that meets the requirements of occupational health and safety (OH&S) legislation can present a real challenge. This is especially true if you decide to develop Health and Safety Management Systems that are aligned or integrated with Quality, or with Environmental Management Systems.
This two-day course shows delegates how to develop and maintain management systems based on OHSAS 18001:2007. The aims of the course are for delegates to identify the:
- Motivation to build and establish a safer occupational health and safety management system and culture
- Management system requirements of OHSAS 18001
- Gap analysis process
- Established tools and techniques for the implementation process
- Key documentation requirements
- Meaningful performance indicators and their application
Who should attend?
- Health and Safety managers/advisors
- Quality Managers
- Environmental Managers
- Staff with responsibility for implementing and auditing occupational health and safety management systems
What will I learn?
- The background to OHSAS 18001
- The implementation process and PDCA
- Identification of legal and other requirements
- The requirements of OHSAS 18001
- The initial status review
- Implementation planning
- Implementing the system
- Monitoring and measurement
- Management system review
How do I benefit?
- Driving compliance with the latest legislation
- Assisting in developing a safe working environment that is beneficial to all
- A cost-effective management system
- Most importantly, it demonstrates that your organization takes the health and safety of its staff seriously and is proactive in its efforts to promote their well-being.