This two-day course will help anyone responsible for managing an Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OHSMS) to remain consistently compliant with the requirements of ISO 45001. With a hands-on approach to auditing, this course provides the skills needed to audit and continually improve your OHSMS. Delegates will have access to 1-2-1 tutor-led support for 12 months. Delegates will also need to complete an internal audit assignment.
ISO 45001 Internal Auditor Training provides essential guidance on how to effectively audit an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) in accordance with the requirements of the international ISO 45001 standard. Attendees of this course will gain a comprehensive understanding of the ISO 45001 standard requirements and the performance criteria for an effective internal audit system as well as the relationship between an audit system and the overall safety of an organization.
This training will teach attendees the following:
1) The structure and purpose of the ISO 45001 standard.
2) The process of creating an audit plan for an OHSMS.
3) The differences between conducting planned and unplanned internal audits.
4) Strategies for risk management.
5) Techniques for preparing and conducting audit interviews.
6) The importance of documenting the audit results and corrective actions.
7) Tips for presenting audit findings and recommendations to stakeholders.
Attendees of this course will gain a better understanding of how to plan, conduct and report an effective internal audit of an OHSMS in accordance with the ISO 45001 standard. They will also develop the skills and knowledge needed to analyze safety procedures and identify non-conformance and areas of risk.
£790.00 per person plus VAT.(ask about our discounted rate for groups)
£1,790 plus VAT(up to 10 delegates)
ISO 45001 is a standard that outlines the requirements for an occupational health and safety management system (OH&S). It provides a framework for organizations to manage and continuously improve their occupational health and safety performance, prevent work-related injuries and illnesses, and promote a safe and healthy workplace.
The standard is designed to be compatible with other management system standards, such as ISO 9001 (quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management), so that organizations can integrate their occupational health and safety practices with their overall business strategy.
The ISO 45001 standard includes requirements for establishing an OH&S policy, identifying and assessing occupational health and safety risks, implementing controls to mitigate these risks, and monitoring and measuring OH&S performance. It also includes guidance on ensuring worker participation and consultation, managing contractors and suppliers, and managing incidents and non-conformities.
By implementing an OH&S management system based on ISO 45001, organizations can demonstrate their commitment to providing a safe and healthy workplace for their employees, customers, and other stakeholders.