The ISO 45001 / OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHS-MS) Awareness course provides delegates with an overview of the standards, its similarities, differences and its requirements. The course provides industry with a model for understanding, establishing, managing and improving their occupational health and safety hazards and risks. The revised standard reflects current organizational OHS-MS concerns, including the increasing awareness of safety of employees and interested parties by implementing controls to manage the prevention of injuries and fatalities. It is also designed to be more effective and easily adaptable, while being simpler to implement and assess. This course has been designed to provide an overview of the OHS-MS concept. Fundamentals or Risk, Governance, Changes from OHSAS 18001:2007, Definitions, Clause overview in relation to the Plan Do Check Act Model are all discussed.
Who Should Attend?
Delegates who aspire to acquire knowledge in General Health & Safety, Supervisors, Business owners, Managers and Engineers (White & Blue Collar).
Every effort will be made to ensure that the objectives of the course will appeal to the most diverse audience possible. This course will allow delegates the understanding of Health & Safety Terminologies, understanding between a Policy, Processes, Procedure and Systems.
- What is ISO 45001?
- Structure of ISO/Dis 45000
- Key Perspectives of ISO/Dis 45001
- ISO/Dis 45001 Terms Definitions and Interpretation
- What is ISO 45001 Management System
- Overview of: The Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Key Elements of the ISO 45001 broadly discussed
- PDCA Plan- Do- Check Act
- Attitudes toward health and safety
- Occupational Health & Safety act
- Safety Signs and Regulations
- Health and Safety Challenges in the work place the role of a Health & Safety Rep.
- Similarities and differences of OHSAS 18001:2007 to ISO 45001.
- All participants will have a good understanding of ISO 45001
- The Participant will be able to translate the standard to the work environment they are familiar with.
- The importance of the supervisor
- Legal duties outlined in the Act
- How to support workers’ rights
All delegates who successfully pass the assessment over 60% will be issued with a certificate of competence. If you receive lower than 60% a certificate of attendance will be issued.
An Assessment at the end of the course will be required. A minimum of 60% is to be achieved to attain a Competence Certificate. If you achieve lower than 60% but get between 40 – 59% a second attempt will become available. If you get lower than 40% and fail the second attempt you will need to re-purchase the course. An attendance certificate is awarded to you regardless of a pass or fail.
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