Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series or ISO 45001 is a framework
that enables any organization to consistently recognize and manage its health and
safety risks, diminish the possibility of accidents, assist in legislative conformity
and enhance performance on the whole. Although this framework is more associated
with organizations having a large workforce, every company, whether small, medium
or large, can conform to this health and safety management system standard in order
to ensure the health and wellbeing of the employees.
"Zero Accident" and "Zero Losses" are what companies ideally want to achieve to
ensure that their line of business is running without any hindrance. But the real
scenario is that we occasionally get to see in and hear from all kinds of media
the different fatality and major accidents still happening across the world.
ISO 45001 was developed to address the growing need for companies to meet
their health and security obligations in a more effective manner. Mehr Global Consultants
has specialized professionals having in-depth know-how in the field of ISO 45001 Certification. Our OHSAS consultation and training solutions cater to the specific needs of clients to meet their health and safety standards in the dynamic
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With our experienced consultants and trainers having practical and extensive knowledge
in a range of industries, we help our clients in implementing Occupational Health
and Safety Management System ISO 45001 and create the "safe healthy condition
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accident and losses benchmark through all processes.
Key Areas of ISO 45001 Certification
ISO 45001, a framework for an effective Organizational Health and Safety Management
System was originally developed in the early 1990’s as BS8800. It was revised in
1999 by BSI to be more compatible with ISO 14001 and 9001. Elements in ISO 45001
were designed in parallel to ISO 14001 and currently it allows for third-party certification.
The ISO 45001 Specification follows the Plan-Do-Check-Review cycle, with a concurrent
emphasis on continual improvement. This model aligns well with the structure of
other management system documents such as ISO 14001, thus aiding the progress of
integrated management systems.
ISO 45001 targets the following core areas:
Preparing strategies for hazard detection, threat evaluation and risk management
Organizational health and safety management programs
Structure and Responsibilities of health and safety management teams
Awareness and competency building through rigorous training
Consultation and communication at different steps of ISO 45001 implementation
Skill building in Operational Control
Continuous vigilance, preparedness for crisis management
Performance evaluation, monitoring and enhancement
ISO 45001 Training Course
Who should attend this certification training course: This course is suitable for
engineers, managers or any person involved in maintenance of Health and Safety standards
within the organization, persons responsible for internal or external health safety
Course Content: Introduction to Organizational Health and Safety, Structural overview
and scope of ISO 45001, Evaluation of Hazards and Risk Analysis, Applicable
Legal Compliance and Procedures, Audit Process in relation to ISO 45001 . Introduction
the techniques for the identification of hazard, risk assessment, risk control methodologies
Training and Certification methodology: Interactive classroom training, Practical
exposure through visits, Conduction of Audits, Onsite assessment, Surveillance visits.
Benefits of ISO 45001 Certification
For seamless running of day-to-day organizational procedures, every organization
must adopt proper health and safety procedures which in turn need to be managed
in a methodical way. The ISO 45001 Certification synchronizes the different health
and safety standards to provide the following benefits to organizations:
Potential reduction in the number of accidents.
Potential reduction in downtime and associated costs.
Adherence to legal and regulatory compliance procedures.
Demonstrating stakeholders your commitment to health and safety standards.
Adopting an innovative and futuristic thinking approach
Increased access to new customers and business partners
Better management of current and future health and safety risks
Potential reduction in public liability insurance costs