Whether you are migrating from OHSAS 18001 or implementing an OH&S Management System (OHSMS) for the first time – this self-assessment will help you take the first steps to understanding what needs to be done.
Learn how ISO 45001 involves the whole organization including a commitment and participation from leadership and workers alike.
Tim Sparey, gives advice to organizations that are eager to be early adopters of ISO 45001 on the main areas to focus on and where to start.
In this interview, our voice on Occupational Health and Safety, Tim Sparey, shares his insight into the value of ISO 45001 and what it could mean for your organization and workforce.
Increased global trade and complex food supply chains bring new health & safety challenges which have driven the need for an international OH&S management system standard.
In this interview, Martin Cottam, Group Technical Assurance & Quality Director, LR, discusses his ISO Chair appointment and expectations of ISO 45001 in the future.
This will bring OH&S management and continual improvement deeper into the core of an organization. Although the requirements are not identical, this guide gives an overview of how the structures of the two standards compare.
Understanding how the new international standard can help your organization demonstrate its commitment to improving OH&S performance to make the workplace safer and healthier for all.
Download this top 10 list to find out what this new standards means for you and your organization.
Whether you are in the early stages of implementing your ISO 45001 management system or are looking for a ‘dry run’, the scope can be decided by you. Download this datasheet and find out what a gap analysis entails.
We have developed a range of training courses to support you with your migration from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001. We want you reap the benefits of understanding the new standard early and our ISO 45001 will help you to prepare and build on your current level of OH&S knowledge and experience.
Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to continually improving your OH&S performance with ISO 45001 certification from Lloyd's Register.