ISO 45001

With the industrial and modernization developments the health hazards and accidents due to negligence has been continuing to increase day by day. Due to this the death rate continues to be increasing day by day.

ISO 45001:2018 certification enables the organization to demonstrate to their customers, workers, regulators and the community that they proactively as systematically manage the health and safety of their workers.

ISO 45001 has been published on 12th March 2018. ISO 45001 is the world’s first OHS international Standard and provides emphasis on the active participation to minimize harm to workers through Leadership and Participation, understanding the context of the business taking action to manage risk by following all the requirements of ISO 45001 international standard and getting certified.

 

ISO 45001 – AT A GLANCE

  • ISO 45001 is the world’s first OHS international Standard published by the International Organisation for Standardisation
  • Build a safe and healthy environment for workers and stakeholders and help prevent work-related deaths, injury and ill-health by continually improving OHS performance by implementing ISO 45001 Standard.
  • Demonstrate commitment to workplace health and safety and continually improve your OHS practices
  • Reduce downtime and costs associated with workplace related incidents

 

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

ISO 45001 – Standard document structure

Based on the same structure as ISO 9001:2015 (Quality) and ISO 14001:2015 (Environment), ISO 45001 Standard focuses on the ‘context’ of an organisation and requires greater involvement from top management.

More about ISO 45001

  • Be applicable to any organisation
  • Enable efficient integration into existing management systems
  • Allow integration with all aspects of health and safety such as worker wellbeing

Provide a framework to help meet OHS legal obligations including ‘due diligence’

Benefits of Implementation and Certification

 

Implementing a management system which meets the requirements of the standard can help your business to:

  • Provide clarity on ISO 45001 management system issues
  • Enhance leadership involvement and worker participation in the OH&S management system
  • Implement risk based thinking for the OH&S management system as well as for OH&S risks
  • Align the ISO 45001 policy and objectives with the strategic direction of your organisation
  • Integrate the OH&S management system into your business systems and processes
  • Simplify language, common structure and terms across your systems providing one common language through ISO 45001
  • Demonstrate to your customers, stakeholders and the community your commitment to improving overall

 

OH&S performance

 

ISO 45001 CERTIFICATION OF YOUR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CAN HELP YOU:

  • Build trust and brand integrity by providing third party assurance that your management system meets the requirements of the international standard
  • Demonstrate to your customers, suppliers, staff and the global community that your management system complies with the international standard.
  • Demonstrate capability and provide assurance in tendering, commercial partnerships etc.

Why Should You Certify Your System to ISO 45001?

 

ISO 45001 Certification is good To demonstrate to your workers, the community, your customers, regulators and other interested persons your organisation’s commitment to providing a workplace where the risk of illness or injury to your workers, community, customers is eliminated or minimised.

  • ISO 45001 Assist in meeting corporate and statutory due diligence requirements
  • Implementation of ISO 45001 Improves your ability to manage regulatory compliance
  • It Reduces the overall costs of incidents
  • Reduce downtime and the costs of disruption to operations
  • Improve contractor management
  • Assist in meeting due diligence requirements and help avoid costs associated with penalties and litigation
  • Reduce the cost of insurance premiums
  • Reduce absenteeism and employee turnover rates
  • Be recognised for having achieved an international benchmark (which may in turn influence customers who are concerned about their social responsibility)

Currently certified to OHSAS 18001

Please read the transition policy available under policies.