ISO 45001- Occupational Health and Safety
ISO 45001 replaces/supersedes the British standard 18001. The occupational health and safety standard is good for your organisation’s well-being and provides a framework for managing health and safety responsibilities.
What is ISO 45001?
ISO 45001 enables organisations to manage and improve their health and safety risks and performance.
This occupational health and safety management system incorporates core organisation processes and provides the opportunity for senior management to be more involved. It also stresses the need for worker participation in the functioning of an occupational health and safety management system.
What are the benefits of ISO 45001?
ISO 45001 ensures your organisation has a management system in place to reduce health and safety risks within the workplace – protecting workers from potential harm and increasing profitability at the same time. Other benefits of ISO 45001 include:
- Reduced overall costs of incidents
- Reduced risk in downtime and the costs of disruption to operations
- Reduced cost of insurance premiums
- Reduced absences and employee turnover rate
- Improved ability to respond to legal and compliance requirements
- Recognition for achieving an international benchmark
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How can ISO specialists help your business?
Getting started with ISO 45001 certification can seem like a daunting process, which is why many businesses choose to use the help of an ISO consultant. We support and guide your business through certification. Our experienced assessors take the lead on auditing your business, helping you use the results to improve your quality management system. If necessary, there is also plenty of room for training.
- How can IMSM help my business gain ISO 45001?
We work alongside your existing health and safety professionals to work out the most effective way to implement ISO 45001 in your business. This may include presentations to your senior team, training and support on the production of policies and manuals.
- How does my business gain ISO 45001 certification?
Generally, organisations start their ISO journey with ISO 9001, as this puts in place quality management procedures that can be extended and developed to include health and safety.
ISO 45001 Blogs
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What is the difference between ISO 14001 and ISO 45001?
A common query we are asked to clarify is the difference between ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. Although these standards do have some similarities, they deal fundamentally with different environments.
OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001 Migration Required!
The deadline to migrate your OHSAS management system to ISO 45001 is September 2021. As the time gets closer, we would suggest you check when your certificate review date is and book a pre-migration audit to comply with the required migration date.
This standard contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals:
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