ISO 45001 provides a framework for an Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) management system, helping organisations to create safer working conditions. Implementing an ISO 45001 OH&S management system has many benefits, as it:
- sets a framework for identifying and eliminating risks
- allows organisations to continually improve their OH&S system
- demonstrates, through certification, that an organisation values OH&S and the well-being of their employees
- is aligned with other management systems such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, enabling organisations to integrate it into their management system.
This two-day ISO 45001 Implementation training course is comprised of an introduction to the standard on the first day, and a breakdown of how to implement ISO 45001 on the second day.
In the introductory stage delegates will be provided with an overview of ISO 45001, including consideration of the relationship between ISO 45001 and other standards, and an introduction to the assessment of OH&S risks.
On the second day of the training course delegates will focus on implementing an ISO 45001 system. This includes covering the process of a gap analysis, an analysis of a common ISO 45001 implementation plan, and the requirements for reviewing and maintaining a successful OH&S management system.
The successful implementation of an ISO 45001 OH&S management system requires top management buy in, leadership and commitment, as well as the representation and inclusion of workers. To help organisations meet these requirements Bywater can run the course in a bespoke manner, and perform top level management briefings and consultations, as well as wider seminars for workers.
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- An overview of ISO 45001, including its content and structure
- Benefits and implications of implementing an ISO 45001 OH&S management system including legislative compliance
- The Plan Do Check Act cycle (PDCA) and continuous improvement
- The process of planning, implementing and reviewing an OH&S management system, including:
– using a gap analysis as a base-line review
– identifying issues and interested parties
– developing an implementation programme
– developing an audit plan
– the route to certification
This two-day training course is highly suitable for those looking to implement an ISO 45001 OH&S management system. However, the course can also be used for those in charge of the improvement and maintenance of an OH&S management system.
On successful completion of this ISO 45001 implementation training course delegates will be able to understand the:
- scope, key clauses and benefits of ISO 45001
- process for planning and implementing an ISO 45001 management system
- route to certification