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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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How to create an internal audit checklist for your Health & Safety Management System

The internal audit function is an important element of any OHSAS 18001-certified OHS&MS (Operational Health and Safety Management System), as most health and safety professionals will confirm. The internal audit process can not only measure how your organization has dealt with risk and hazards, but also provide a vital measure ...Read more

How to manage interested parties in OHSAS 18001

In light of the recent changes to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, particularly the introduction of requirements regarding interested parties and their needs and expectations, more and more people are wondering about the role of interested parties in the OH&SMS (Occupational Health and Safety Management System) and whether they have ...Read more

What’s specific for health & safety implementation in hospitals

With the population living longer than ever before, and rapidly improving advancements in medical technology, hospitals are busier than they have ever been. With the unique mix of employees, patients, and the public, there is also a duty to provide a safe and healthy environment for all interested parties. Given ...Read more
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