Many organizations are introduced to management systems because they feel “forced” to consider ISO certification. This approach misses the tremendous opportunity ISO 45001:2018 management systems offers to achieve effective occupational health and safety beyond certification, and into your core planning and strategies.
This ISO 45001:2018 executive overview shows how system development can be applied in many different ways, highlighting the best approach being first analyzing your existing processes and systems, and aligning them with your business objectives, while managing hazards and risks.
ISO 45001 replaces BS OHSAS 18001 and companies currently certified to 18001 will have three years (until January 2021) to transition. We offer this ISO 45001:2018 executive overview online and other ISO courses online in our LIVE (Learning In a Virtual Environment) format. Learn more about this format here.
In this ISO 45001:2018 Executive Overview training you will learn how to:
Because of our independence, you can bring your particular process and system concerns to class and the instructor will work to answer your questions as best as possible.
You will also learn the main changes to the standard including:
Students successfully completing QMII’s 2 day ISO 45001:2018 Executive Overview course and the TPECS examinations provided in conjunction with this course, receive a Certificate of Attainment for the following Exemplar Global (formerly RABQSA International) knowledge competency units:
OH 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety
The Certificate of Attainment provides evidence of knowledge competency defined by Exemplar Global in the competency units required for certification as a Health and Safety Management Systems Auditor using ISO 45001.
Successful course candidates can use these certifications as earned credit towards other certifications such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 Auditor and other similar standards under Exemplar Global’s Training Provider & Examiner Certification Scheme (TPECS).
Attendees successfully completing the training provided, but not the TPECS exams, receive a Certificate of Participation, which includes the number of training hours attended.