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FOR SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Status, Changes and Expectations
ISO 45001
Agenda
ISO 45001 OH&S Management System
ISO 45001 Status, Changes and Expectations
Why is ISO 45001 needed ?
Current statu...
Introduction
ISO 45001
ISO 45001 is a new International Standard for Occupational Health and Safety
incorporating other In...
WHY ISO 45001 ?
WHY ISO 45001
International Labour Organisation
Global Stats
Framework:
– Managing the prevention of death, work related injury and ill health
– Integrate safety management system int...
CURRENT STATUS
ISO 45001 Delayed
Now expected June 2017 (earliest)
Status of ISO 45001
Feb 2016
DIS issued
May 2016
DIS
Rejected
Nov 2016...
Understanding the
Requirements and
Changes
Annex SL Structure
Key Changes ISO 45001 vs OHSAS 18001
ISO 45001
Clause Heading
1 Scope
2 Normative References
3 Terms an...
Plan – DO –Check -Act
Key points:
Success factors include:
• Top management leadership and commitment
• Promoting a culture
• Policy compatible ...
Key points:
Very Similar
Definitions is a point of discussion in 2nd DIS, so some may change
Scope, Normative References, ...
Key points:
Determine external and internal context (positive and negative)
Distinguishes “Workers” from interested partie...
Key points:
ISO 45001 provides more detail on the requirements for policy, leadership and
participation
“ensure” – can del...
Key points:
Must determine risks and opportunities & have a plan
Includes risk & opportunities regarding legal requirement...
Key points:
ISO 45001 provides extra detail on what is required
Clause 7 Support
Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OH...
Key points:
“control the processes needed”
Hierarchy of controls has own clause
Clause 8 Operation
Requirements of ISO 450...
Key points:
Monitoring - What, when , how. Evaluate and communicate
Management Review – Is it adequate and effective, is t...
Key points:
No reference to preventive action
Review the effectiveness of corrective action taken
Continually improve suit...
Effective, Suitable
OHS Management
System
Context
Ext & Int
Int parties
Leadership &
Worker
Participation
Planning
Support...
What should you do now ?
Preparing for ISO 45001
Start planning for the transition / implementation
Read the standard incl...
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  1. 1. FOR SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Status, Changes and Expectations ISO 45001
  2. 2. Agenda ISO 45001 OH&S Management System ISO 45001 Status, Changes and Expectations Why is ISO 45001 needed ? Current status Understanding the Requirements and Changes
  3. 3. Introduction ISO 45001 ISO 45001 is a new International Standard for Occupational Health and Safety incorporating other International standards including : • OHSAS 18001. • International Labour Organization's Guidelines, standards and conventions • various national standards Information today based on (rejected) DIS ISO 45001 !
  4. 4. WHY ISO 45001 ?
  5. 5. WHY ISO 45001 International Labour Organisation Global Stats
  6. 6. Framework: – Managing the prevention of death, work related injury and ill health – Integrate safety management system into the organisations strategy and operations. – Policy and objectives compatible with the strategic direction of the organisation. Outcome: – Prevent death, work related injury and ill health to workers – Improve and provide a safe and healthy workplace for its workers and other persons under its control. OH&S Safety Management System Aim of ISO 45001
  7. 7. CURRENT STATUS
  8. 8. ISO 45001 Delayed Now expected June 2017 (earliest) Status of ISO 45001 Feb 2016 DIS issued May 2016 DIS Rejected Nov 2016 2nd DIS Apr/May 2017 Ballot Results June 2017 ISO 45001 ??
  9. 9. Understanding the Requirements and Changes
  10. 10. Annex SL Structure Key Changes ISO 45001 vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 Clause Heading 1 Scope 2 Normative References 3 Terms and Definitions 4 Context of the Organisation 5 Leadership 6 Planning 7 Support 8 Operation 9 Performance Evaluation 10 Improvement OHSAS 18001 Clause Heading 1 Scope 2 Reference Publications 3 Terms and Definitions 4 OH&S Management System Requirements 4.1 General requirements 4.2 OH&S Policy 4.3 Planning 4.4 Implementation & Operation 4.5 Checking 4.6 Management review Annex SL for Integrated Approach
  11. 11. Plan – DO –Check -Act
  12. 12. Key points: Success factors include: • Top management leadership and commitment • Promoting a culture • Policy compatible with strategic objectives & direction • Integration into business processes • Id hazards, control risks and take advantage of opportunities Introduction Section Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Introduction Purpose (++) PDCA Explanation Defines Success Factors Introduction Purpose PDCA Explanation
  13. 13. Key points: Very Similar Definitions is a point of discussion in 2nd DIS, so some may change Scope, Normative References, Terms & Definitions Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Scope • Establish, Implement & Maintain OH&S MS • Any organisation • Enables integration of wellness and wellbeing Scope • Establish, Implement & Maintain OH&S MS • Any organisation • Not to address wellbeing/wellness Normative References None Reference Publications Refers to OHSAS Guidance & ILO documentation Terms & Definitions Terms & Definitions
  14. 14. Key points: Determine external and internal context (positive and negative) Distinguishes “Workers” from interested parties, Identify mandatory, commitment requirements, other Scope must be documented. Clause 4: Context of the organisation Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Context of the Organisation • Understanding the organisation & its context • Understanding the needs and expectations of workers and other interested parties • Determining the scope (++) • Define and document the scope • OH&S management system • Processes & interactions • 4.1 General Requirements
  15. 15. Key points: ISO 45001 provides more detail on the requirements for policy, leadership and participation “ensure” – can delegate responsibility but not accountability Clause 5 Leadership & Worker Participation Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Leadership &Worker Participation • Leadership & Commitment Resources, roles, responsibility, accountability & authority • OH&S Policy OH&S Policy • Organisational roles, responsibilities, accountabilities & authorities Resources, roles, responsibility, accountability & authority • Participation & consultation Communication, Participation & consultation
  16. 16. Key points: Must determine risks and opportunities & have a plan Includes risk & opportunities regarding legal requirements & in relation to achieving intended outcomes of OH&S Management system & continual improvement More detail on objectives Clause 6 Planning Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Planning • Actions to address risk & opportunity • Hazard Identification & assessment of risk • Establish a process Hazard Identification, risk assessment & determining controls • Determination of applicable legal requirements & other requirements Legal & other requirements • OHS Objectives & planning to achieve them Objectives & programs
  17. 17. Key points: ISO 45001 provides extra detail on what is required Clause 7 Support Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Support Resources Resources, roles, responsibility, accountability and authority Competence Competence, training and awareness Awareness Information and communication Documented information
  18. 18. Key points: “control the processes needed” Hierarchy of controls has own clause Clause 8 Operation Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Operation Implementation & Operation Operational Planning & Control Operational Control Management of change Outsourcing Procurement Contractors Emergency Preparedness & Response Emergency Preparedness & Response
  19. 19. Key points: Monitoring - What, when , how. Evaluate and communicate Management Review – Is it adequate and effective, is there improvement, are changes or actions needed Clause 9 Performance Evaluation Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Performance Evaluation Checking Monitoring Measurement, analysis and evaluation Performance measurement and monitoring Evaluation of compliance with legal requirements and other requirements Evaluation of Compliance Internal Audit Internal Audit Management Review Management Review
  20. 20. Key points: No reference to preventive action Review the effectiveness of corrective action taken Continually improve suitability, adequacy & effectiveness Communicate results of improvement to workers Clause 10 Improvement Requirements of ISO 45001 & Changes vs OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 OHSAS 18001 Improvement Incident, nonconformity and corrective action Incident investigation, nonconformity, corrective action and preventive action Continual Improvement
  21. 21. Effective, Suitable OHS Management System Context Ext & Int Int parties Leadership & Worker Participation Planning Support & Operation Performance Evaluation Improvement
  22. 22. What should you do now ? Preparing for ISO 45001 Start planning for the transition / implementation Read the standard including the Annex A Keep up to date with discussion forums Gap analysis • Understanding your context • Are senior management engaged • Is there participation and consultation • Effectiveness of risk assessments
  23. 23. Kandoy House, 2 Fairview Strand, Fairview, Dublin 3 Phone: 01 902 3961 Mobile: +353 (0)87 698 7161 Email: caroline@cgbc.ie www.cgbusinessconsulting.com

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