ISO 45001 is the new international standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S) management and will replace the existing OHSAS 18001 standard which was launched in 1999. The overall aim of ISO 45001 is the same as OHSAS 18001, but as with all new and revised ISO standards, it follows the common terminology and structure of Annex SL, and is the single major difference between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001.
This webcast will outline some of the key changes and enable you to begin to assess the benefits that ISO 45001 might bring to your organization as you consider your strategy for adoption, migration and, possibly, certification of conformance.
Learn more about:
- The introduction of new high-level structure with Annex SL
- New requirements around risk and context of the organization
- The importance of top leadership involvement
Presented by: Bob Clifford, Lead Assessor; Technical Manager – Client Training Services
Bob has over thirty years of diverse training, auditing and consulting experience in environmental, occupational safety and energy management for industrial and service companies in the US, Canada, South America and Asia.
Bob has performed hundreds of single and multi-site certification assessments, including initial approval, change-to-approval, and certificate-renewal visits, for U.S. and global companies.