ISO 45001:2018 (Safety Management System)
ISO 45001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) which is a framework that allows an organization to consistently identify and control its health and safety risks, reduce the potential for incidents, help achieve compliance with health and safety legislation and continually improve its performance.
OHSMS provides guidance for managing risks and improves the organization’s occupational health and safety performance by setting SMART objectives and implementing actions to achieve them.
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- Reduction of workplace incidents
- Increase productivity
- Reduce cost of insurance premiums
- Creation of a health and safety culture, whereby employees are encouraged to take an active role in their own OH&S
- Reinforced leadership commitment to proactively improve OH&S performance
- Ability to meet legal and regulatory requirements
- Enhanced reputation
- Improved staff morale
- Understanding the company processes and developing procedures according to the ISO 45001 requirement
- Train key personnel for awareness training courses and internal audit training courses.
- Assist the team in the implementation of the procedures
- Conduct an internal audit to ensure compliance of the requirement and recommend further improvement
- Arrange and assist during the certification audit to ensure a smooth audit process.
With the 5 steps approach, the organization can attain the certification in the fastest and most effective way. If you have any other questions or queries, do not hesitate to call us at +65 8838 2583 (Sales Manager), +65 6694 3200 (Office), or fill-up the form below.
OHSAS 18001:2007 – Companies that are already certified with OHSAS 18001 may already have some necessary tools and systems in place to implement ISO 45001. Therefore, it is recommended that organizations with OHSAS 18001 proceed to obtain ISO 45001 as a replacement before all OHSAS 18001 expires in March 2021.