ISO 45001:2018 AWARENESS TRAINING
INTRODUCTION FOR ISO 45001:2018 AWARENESS TRAINING
The international standard for Occupational Health and Safety (H&S) Management Systems, ISO 45001:2018 was published in March 2018. This new standard is aligned with additional ISO management system standards and will replace OHSAS 18001:2007.
ISO 45001 is a newly developed international standard, which outlines the requirements for occupational health and safety. The standard is applicable to organizations of all sizes, whose aim is to manage the prevention of workplace injuries, ill-health, and deaths. In addition, ISO 45001 aims to establish a safe working environment and continual improvement of occupational health and safety performance.
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand the background of ISO 45001 and its intended outcome
- Identify the key requirements and benefits of ISO 45001
- Manage risks and opportunities, to both health and safety and to your OH&S MS, and thereby drive continual improvement
- Take steps to ensure that occupational health and safety is at the heart of your organization
- Attract and retain workers & customers by meeting their current and future needs better
- Reduce work-related injuries, ill -health and deaths
- Eliminate or minimize OH&S risks
- Improve OH&S performance and effectiveness
- Protect and improve brand reputation
- Transform operations from detection to prevention mode
- Improves compliance with current legislations
This training is designed for OHS professionals, OHSMS / EHS Manager, ISO 45001 OHSMS Steering Committee members, OHSMS lead auditors, internal auditors, personnel responsible for updating legal requirements, monitoring OHS performance and ensuring ISO 45001 conformance.
This is a highly interactive training program, whereby participants are to gain the learning points through classroom lecture, group activity and presentation.
- Introduction and Pre test
- Team readiness assessment
- Synopsis of Changes brought about by ISO 45001:2018 and Fundamentals of Health & Safety Systems – Impact to the Organization
- Changes and How Organization can adapt to the changes. What is critical for the organization readiness.
- Process Based Risk Based Approach and Health & Safety Management System
- The real understanding of risk in managing the organizational processes and system. Preventing before something occur and being proactive organization. Understanding process approach risk based thinking
- Clause 4: Context of the organisation and Clause 5: Leadership and worker participation
- Understanding the intent of the clause and organization readiness to meet the requirements and transition/knowledge readiness. Understanding the organization context, internal & external issues, key concern from interested parties and setting direction for effective OS & H. Understanding the Top Management role and responsibilities in ensuring safe working environment.
- Clause 6: Planning for the OH&S system and Clause 7: Support
- Understanding the intent of the clause on risk and opportunities management. Resource planning and managing the competence required for a successful OS & H
- In Class Quiz/Case Study /Review
- Recap, Review, Repeat (3R) on the content and clauses clarification
- Previous day Recap
- Team Review/Clarification
- Clause 8: Operation
- Understanding the intent of the clause and organization readiness to meet the requirements and transition/knowledge readiness,operational controls, emergency preparedness and response.
- Clause 9: Performance evaluation
- Organization current monitoring and measuring of OHS performance, evaluating compliance obligations and internal audits. It also references requirements for management to review the OHS management system to ensure its continuing suitability, adequacy and effectiveness
- Clause 9: Performance evaluation..cont
- As above
- Clause 10: Improvement
- Organisations must establish how their OHS management system fosters a culture of continuous improvement. Improvement now groups incidents, non-conformances and corrective actions.
- Internal discussion and gap findings/Post Test
- Knowledge transfer