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ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety

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ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety

  1. 1. ISO 45001ISO 45001ISO 45001ISO 45001 - Occupational health and safety Differences from existing OHSAS 18001
  2. 2. why develop ISO 45001 • To reduce accidents and ill health at the workplace • To cover the need for an international Health and Safety standard • To facilitate companies to adopt several ISO management systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc) . • To support companies to improve their performance on Occupational Health and Safety.
  3. 3. what’s different from OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001 is based on the ISO Guide 83 (“Annex SL”) which defines a common high level structure, text, terms and definitions for other management systems (e.g. ISO 9001, ISO 14001, etc.). structure 8
  4. 4. what’s different from OHSAS 18001 • Top management’s responsibilities regarding the OH&S Management System’s efficiency • Context of the organization (internal and external) • Integration of managing Health and Safety to the operational planning of the company leadership 8
  5. 5. what’s different from OHSAS 18001 • Determining interested parties in relation to the OH&S Management System (workers, clients, suppliers, non government organizations, local authorities, etc) • Determining the needs and expectations and the legal and other requirements interested parties 8
  6. 6. what’s different from OHSAS 18001 • Proactive approach • Focusing on controlling risks rather than hazards • Identification of OH&S opportunities and other opportunities hazard and risks 8
  7. 7. what’s different from OHSAS 18001 Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers on the following • Policy, roles and responsibilities • Requirements • Objectives • Procurement and contractors • Auditing • Identifying risk and opportunities, controlling risks • Communication, training worker consultation 8
  8. 8. what’s different from OHSAS 18001 • Maintain and retain documented information for the effectiveness of the OH&S management system. • No procedural requirements documented information 8
  9. 9. what’s different from OHSAS 18001 • control the procurement of products and services in order to ensure their conformity to the OH&S management system. • identify hazards and assess and control the OH&S risks arising from the contractors' activities • Control outsourced functions and processes procurement 8
  10. 10. how to prepare For more information contact our Management Systems Department Tel. + 30 210 6724258, Fax + 30 210 6724222, e-mail: info@process.com.gr www.process.com.gr

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