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OHSAS 18001 Implementation diagram

This diagram shows the steps for your OHSAS 18001 (2007 revision) implementation – from starting your project through the certification process.

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Checklist of Mandatory Documentation Required by OHSAS 18001:2007

Many companies go overboard with documentation in the belief that they need to document every single process that is in place in their organization, without realizing that this is not necessary to meet the requirements of the OHSAS 18001 standard. This checklist shows exactly which documents and records are mandatory, and which are optional.

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You know what has to be done; you’re prepared, you’ve organized the necessary information, and you’ve presented the project plan to senior management in your organization. There’s only one thing left to do: implement.

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5 elements to consider when testing your organization’s health & safety emergency response procedure

The OHSAS 18001 standard was designed and is used for the prevention of accidents in the workplace, but unfortunately, as we all know, accidents do sometimes happen for various reasons. It therefore stands to reason that the standard has a clause stating the requirement of having an emergency response process, ...Read more

Using corrective actions to eliminate nonconformities and drive health & safety improvements

Corrective action is an important part of any management system, and in an Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OH&SMS), this process is critical to identify and address the root causes of problems you find, which is why this has been an integral part of OHSAS 18001 since it was ...Read more

What questions should you expect from the OHSAS 18001 auditor?

As part of your organization’s journey towards OHSAS 18001 certification, you will need to undergo an audit by a third-party certification body to ensure that your OH&SMS (Operational Health and Safety Management System) and its processes comply with the clauses of the standard itself. Preparation for the audit and the ...Read more

How much does the OHSAS 18001 implementation cost?

The cost of OHSAS 18001 implementation comes up as a question very early in deciding whether to engage in the project or not; and, very often, this is the main drawback because it is very hard to make a precise estimate at the beginning of the project. There are lots ...Read more
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