OHSAS 18001 Internal Auditor Training Course

Our OHSAS 18001 Internal Auditor training course will equip delegates with knowledge to audit health and safety management systems to OHSAS 18001, providing OH&S practitioners and systems auditors with the skills necessary to competently perform internal OH&S management system audits.

We incorporate a unique ‘slide photo tour’, allowing delegates to visualise and identify site issues, providing an element of ‘real-life’ auditing and observation in the classroom environment.

This two day OHSAS 18001 Internal Auditor training course is designed to train delegates to play a full and active role in determining

  • the adequacy of an OH&S Management System
  • working compliance with a documented system
  • that a documented system is in compliance with OHSAS 18001
  • the effectiveness of a documented system and efficiency of the operation
  • opportunities for process and business improvement
  • Role of an Internal Auditor
  • Introduction to OH&S Auditing
  • Purpose and Requirements of OHSAS 18001 & Related Standards
  • OH&S Documentation
  • Managing the Internal Audit Programme
  • Factors for Determining Audit Frequency
  • The Internal Audit Process: Preparation
  • The Internal Audit Process: Audit Performance
  • Deciding Activity Compliance, Effectiveness and Efficiency
  • The Internal Audit Process: Audit Reporting and Follow-up
  • Staff who will be involved in performing internal OH&S audits
  • Managers responsible for the effectiveness and efficiency of the system
  • Auditees who wish to understand the audit process
By the end of this OHSAS 18001 auditor training course, delegates will understand the principles of internal OH&S auditing and be able to:

  • describe the responsibilities of the internal auditor and the role of internal audits in maintaining and improving OH&S management systems
  • plan and prepare for an internal audit
  • gather objective evidence through interview
  • write factual audit reports that help to improve the effectiveness of the management system
  • identify ways in which the effectiveness of corrective actions might be verified and establish continual improvement.

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