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What is OHSAS 18001?

You are not alone in thinking this. This overview guide is here for you to learn the basics of OHSAS 18001, help you to discover what the OHSAS 18001 requirements are, and to give you a guide on what needs to be done to implement an occupational health & safety management system and become certified.

 

 

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Free OHSAS 18001 Gap Analysis Tool

An OHSAS 18001 tool, like our free gap analysis tool, can help you see how much of OHSAS 18001 you have implemented so far – whether you are just getting started, or nearing the end of your journey. The simple question-and-answer format allows you to visualize which specific elements of an occupational health & safety management system you’ve already implemented, and what you still need to do.

 

 

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What’s your first step?

Before you can start your OHSAS 18001 implementation, you must first understand your issues and where you have room for improved occupational health & safety management. Then you can figure out where you are in the process. You might be just starting out, and wondering whether OHSAS 18001 can help you with your specific issues in your company.

Or, you might be further into your journey. With step one, you can clearly define your position so you understand your next steps.

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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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.

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