OHSAS 18001 is a framework for an occupational health and safety (OHS) management system and is a part of the OHSAS 18000 (sometimes incorrectly identified as ISO 18000) series of standards, along with OHSAS 18002. It can help you put in place the policies, procedures and controls needed for your organization to achieve the best possible working conditions and workplace health and safety, aligned to internationally recognize best practice.
It is legal responsibility for a company to have developed its health and safety policy and arrangements. Many companies who are taken to progress beyond legal compliance and improve the way their and safety system are now turning to OHSAS 18001:2007 as their method of choice and as a mean of demonstrating the system credibility to existing and potential customers and other interested parties.
This course satisfies the training requirements for those who wish to register as a lead auditor with the IRCA. It is also essential for any serious quality practitioners, particularly those with a responsibility to design, implement and manage a quality management system that meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. Other people who have found this course useful in the past have been internal quality auditors who have been looking to enhance their quality auditing knowledge and skills, those looking to achieve formal recognition for the skills and knowledge that they posses.
Occupational Health and safety awareness
Occupational Health and safety policy statement
Auditor skills and registration
Overview of Health and safety Legislative Requirement
Risk Assessment Methods including HAZOP
Audit case study and role play
Roles and responsibilities of auditors and audit leaders
Non conformity categorization and reporting
Audit Planning, Execution, reporting and follow up
Improved corporate image and credibility among stake holders, regulators, customers, prospective clients and the publics
Adoption of international best practice in relation to risk managements
Ensures health and well-being of employees, sub-contractors and the publics
Minimization of liability of employers through adoption of proactive rather than reactive controlss
Ensures legislative awareness and compliances
Reduces accident and incident rates by reducing and elimination workplace hazardss
Improves the incident investigation processs
Increases employee motivation through the provision of a safer workplace and participation process