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Project Plan for OHSAS 18001 implementation

Organize your Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OH&SMS) implementation project with our Project Plan template. Define your objectives, which documents you need, project milestones, and roles and responsibilities.

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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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Prepare your project

This stage is when you start to prepare your project and collect the required information and documents. Not sure where to start?
No worries – Oscar will help you find the answers to any questions you have:

  • What are the steps you must take to prepare your project?
  • Which people and resources will you need?
  • How long will implementation take?
  • How can you make the process effortless – and successful?
  • What do key decision makers need to know?
  • And much more…

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Our in-house OHSAS 18001 expert consultants are on hand and ready to talk with you about which steps your organization should take next. We know how confusing things can get, and we provide sound advice you can rely on.

Detailed guidance with our OHSAS 18001 Blog

How long should it take to implement OHSAS 18001?

If you are familiar with working for an organization that has an OHSAS 18001-certified OH&SMS (Operational Health and Safety Management System), you will be aware of the value that such a system brings to the organization in terms of accident prevention and promotion of employee well-being. However, significant amounts of ...Read more

How to be prepared for a health and safety incident

The success of an OH&SMS (Operational Health and Safety Management System) is normally measured by its ability to prevent incidents and accidents; however, in the real world both unfortunately do happen from time to time. What then becomes critical is how people react to an incident, and the strength of ...Read more

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

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