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Migration from
OHSAS 18001:2007 to ISO 45001:2016
Nysret Lezi
Course Development Manager (HSE)
PECB
hse@pecb.com
www.pecb....
Nysret Lezi
Course Development Manager for HSE
+1-844-426-7322
hse@pecb.com
www.pecb.com
http://bit.ly/1PqNp5P
https://twi...
Agenda
• An overview of ISO 18001
• Why are revisions needed?
• ISO 45001:2016 development stages
• ISO 45001 most signifi...
An overview of OHSAS 18001
 OHSAS 18000 family consist of two main standards: 18001 provides
requirements for an OHS mana...
An overview of ISO 45001
43 11091 15185 31512 54357 92302
36464 64996
111163
154572
222974 261926
510349 497919
773843
951...
Why is OHSAS 18001 being
revised?
Structure
Key concepts
Terminology
 Increased service prominence
 Improving Health ...
ISO 45001 Revision
November 2013 July 2014
November 2015
May 2016
October 2016
March 2013
Proposal Stage
Committee Stage
(...
KEY CHANGES
Annex SL
High level structure
for development of
new ISO
management
systems standards;
Identical core texts;
common terms ...
Structure of the ISO 45001:2016 Standard
• New structureSection 1 Scope
Section 2 Normative references
Section 3 Terms and...
Quality principles (OHSAS 18001 vs
ISO/DIS 45001
ISO has changed 8 quality principles to 7
ISO Principles
Previouse 8 OH&S...
Structure of the ISO 45001 Standard
Support
&
Operatio
n (7,8)
Improve
ment
(10)
Planning
(6)
Perform
ance
evaluati
on (9)...
Context of the Organization
 The organization should determine internal and external environment
to determine the issues ...
Context of the Organization
Opportunites Threats
WeaknessesStrengths
Practical Advice
 ISO 45001 offers no practical
appr...
Interested Parties
• ISO 45001, clause 4.2a) The other interested parties, in addition
to its workers, that are relevant t...
Determining the scope of the OH&S
• Requirements to determine
the scope are more extensive
in ISO 45001:2016.
• The revise...
Occupational health and safety
management system and its processes
The organization shall establish, implement, maintain a...
Context of the organization
ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 4
4.1 Understanding the organization and its context
4.2 Understanding...
Leadership and Worker
Participation
ISO 45001:2015 – Clause 5
LEADERSHIP
5.1 Leadership and commitment
 Term changed from...
6.2 OH&S objectives and planning to achieve them6.1 Actions to address risks and opportunities
Planning
6.1.1 General
6.1....
Support
ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 7
7.1 Resources 7.3 Awareness
7.5 Documented
Information
7.4 Information and
Communication...
Operation
ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 8
8.2 Management of change
 The organization shall control temporary and permanent chan...
Performance evaluation
ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 9
9.3 Management review
Improvement
ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 10
Maintenance
Implementation
Improvement
The following clauses and subclasses
provide...
Recommendations
Organizations using OHSAS 18001:2007 can do the following:
• Identify organizational gaps which need to be...
?
QUESTIONS
THANK YOU
+1-844-426-7322
hse@pecb.com
www.pecb.com
http://bit.ly/1PqNp5P
https://twitter.com/PECB
https://www...
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Migration from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001

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ISO 45001 is the latest occupational health and safety management system standard which is being developed by the ISO. This standard will replace OHSAS 18001, and set specific requirements for an occupational health and safety management that will enable the organizations toward ensuring safety and health in workplace. This webinar will give you a detailed description of all changes when transitioning from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001.

Main points covered:
• Overview of ISO 45001 and reason why the revision of OHSAS 18001 was necessary
• ISO 45001 most significant changes and related standards affected by this change
• Recommendations on what steps to take when going through transition

Presenter:
This webinar was presented by PECB’s Course Development Manager for Health, Safety and Environment, Nysret Lezi.

Link of the recorded webinar published on YouTube: https://youtu.be/SUtF4KusUyE

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Migration from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001

  1. 1. Migration from OHSAS 18001:2007 to ISO 45001:2016 Nysret Lezi Course Development Manager (HSE) PECB hse@pecb.com www.pecb.com
  2. 2. Nysret Lezi Course Development Manager for HSE +1-844-426-7322 hse@pecb.com www.pecb.com http://bit.ly/1PqNp5P https://twitter.com/PECB https://www.facebook.com/PECBInternational
  3. 3. Agenda • An overview of ISO 18001 • Why are revisions needed? • ISO 45001:2016 development stages • ISO 45001 most significant changes • Related standards affected by this change • Recommendations
  4. 4. An overview of OHSAS 18001  OHSAS 18000 family consist of two main standards: 18001 provides requirements for an OHS management system and 18002 gives implementation guideline.  This Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) Standard specifies requirements for an occupational health and safety (OH&S) management system, to enable an organization to control its OH&S risks and improve its OH&S performance.  In 2012 thee were over than 92,000 organization certified with OHSAS 18001, and is used in 127 countries.
  5. 5. An overview of ISO 45001 43 11091 15185 31512 54357 92302 36464 64996 111163 154572 222974 261926 510349 497919 773843 951486 1063751 1079228 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 OHSAS 18001 ISO 14001 ISO 9001
  6. 6. Why is OHSAS 18001 being revised? Structure Key concepts Terminology  Increased service prominence  Improving Health and Safety workplace  New concepts will be included as individual clauses  Increased interested parties’ expectations  Better integration with other MSS*  Globalization ISO standards Revision Considerations OHSAS 45001 Revision Considerations
  7. 7. ISO 45001 Revision November 2013 July 2014 November 2015 May 2016 October 2016 March 2013 Proposal Stage Committee Stage (CD) Approval Stage (FDIS) Preparatory Stage Enquiry Stage (DIS) Expected publication ISO 45001 revision March 2015 2nd Committee Stage (CD2) Timeline
  8. 8. KEY CHANGES
  9. 9. Annex SL High level structure for development of new ISO management systems standards; Identical core texts; common terms and definitions for use in all management systems standards; Enhance the consistency and alignment of different management systems standards; Beneficial for Integrated Management Systems;
  10. 10. Structure of the ISO 45001:2016 Standard • New structureSection 1 Scope Section 2 Normative references Section 3 Terms and definitions Section 4 Context of the organization Requirements Section 5 Leadership Section 6 Planning Section 7 Support Section 8 Operation Section 9 Performance evaluation Section 10 Improvement Annex A Guidance on the use of this International Standard Alphabetic index of terms New structure
  11. 11. Quality principles (OHSAS 18001 vs ISO/DIS 45001 ISO has changed 8 quality principles to 7 ISO Principles Previouse 8 OH&Ss Current 7 OHSMSs 1. Customer focus 1. Customer focus 2. Leadership 2. Leadership 3. Involvement of people 3. Engagement and competence of people 4. Process approach 4. Process approach 5. System approach to management 5. Improvement 6. Continual improvement 6. Informed decision making 7. Factual approach to decision making 7. Relationship management 8. Mutually beneficial supplier relationships
  12. 12. Structure of the ISO 45001 Standard Support & Operatio n (7,8) Improve ment (10) Planning (6) Perform ance evaluati on (9) Leadershi p and Worker Participati on (5) Plan Do CheckAct Scope of the OHSMS (4.3/4.4) Context of the organization (4) Needs and expectations of relevant Interested parties (4) Internal and external issues OHSMS results
  13. 13. Context of the Organization  The organization should determine internal and external environment to determine the issues that are relevant, and can prevent the success of the occupational health and safety management system implementation.  It is also important to monitor and review the issues that can influence the ability of organizations to achieve the intended results from the OH&S.  Context of the organization is a new requirement and a very important one, as it is necessary to obtain an overview of the organization to understand occupational health and safety challanges of the organization, and the risk inherent in that market segment. ISO 45001, clause 4
  14. 14. Context of the Organization Opportunites Threats WeaknessesStrengths Practical Advice  ISO 45001 offers no practical approach to analyze the context of an organization  Several methodologies exist to understand how an organization functions  The important thing is to identify the characteristics of internal and external environmental factors that will influence risk management: mission, main activities, internal organization, stakeholders, etc.. Analyzing the External Environment
  15. 15. Interested Parties • ISO 45001, clause 4.2a) The other interested parties, in addition to its workers, that are relevant to the OH&S management system; c) which of these needs and expectations become applicable legal requirements and other requirements. b) The relevant needs and expectations (i.e. requirements) of workers and these other interested parties; The organization shall determine: ISO 45001, clause 4.2
  16. 16. Determining the scope of the OH&S • Requirements to determine the scope are more extensive in ISO 45001:2016. • The revised version of the standard sets the requirements regarding scope boundaries. • Use your scope document to explain that every ISO 45001 requirement is mandatory and may only be excluded if it cannot be applied. Consider the following to determine the scope:  External and internal issues  Compliance obligations  Organizational units, functions, and physical boundaries  Activities, products and services  Authority and ability to control ISO 45001, clause 4.3
  17. 17. Occupational health and safety management system and its processes The organization shall establish, implement, maintain and continually improve an OH&S management system, including the processes needed and their interactions, in accordance with the requirements of this International Standard. ISO 45001, clause 4.4
  18. 18. Context of the organization ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 4 4.1 Understanding the organization and its context 4.2 Understanding the needs and expectations of qorkers and other interested parties 4.3 Determining the scope of the OH&S management system 4.4 OH&S management system
  19. 19. Leadership and Worker Participation ISO 45001:2015 – Clause 5 LEADERSHIP 5.1 Leadership and commitment  Term changed from “management commitment”. 5.2 Occupational health and safety policy  No quality manual required, only the occupational health and safety policy 5.3 Organizational roles, responsibilities, accountabilities and authorities  No management representative 5.4 Participation and consultation  Include as applicable engaging health and safety committees and workers
  20. 20. 6.2 OH&S objectives and planning to achieve them6.1 Actions to address risks and opportunities Planning 6.1.1 General 6.1.2 Hazard identification and assessment of OH&S risks 6.1.3 Determination of applicable legal requirements and other requirements 6.1.4 Planning to take action 6.2.1 OH&S objectives 6.2.2 Planning to achieve OH&S objectives Planning For Occupational Health and Safety Management System ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 6
  21. 21. Support ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 7 7.1 Resources 7.3 Awareness 7.5 Documented Information 7.4 Information and Communication The organization shall determine the need for internal and external information and communications relevant to the OH&S management system 7.2 Competence Resources in ISO 45001:2016 include people, infrastructure, environment for the operation of processes, monitoring and measuring resources, organizational knowledge Clear statement that awareness now includes the OH&S policy, objectives, contribution and implications of non-conforming with the requirements. The requirements of this clause includes also creating & updating and control of documented information Slight re-wording and a NEW note.
  22. 22. Operation ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 8 8.2 Management of change  The organization shall control temporary and permanent changes to promote OH&S opportunities and to ensure they do not have an adverse impact on OH&S performance. 8.1 Operational planning and control  On multi-employer workplaces, the organization shall implement a process for coordinating the relevant parts of the OH&S management system with other organizations. 8.3 Outsourcing  Outsourced processes affecting OH&S management system shall be controlled 8.4 Procurement  Goods like products, hazardous materials or substances, raw materials, equipment's as well as services shall be conform to its OH&S management system requirements 8.5 Contractors  This clause requires from the organization to establish processes to identify and communicate the hazards and to evaluate and control OH&S risks. 8.6 Emergency preparedness and response  The organization shall maintain documented information on the processes and on the plans for responding to potential emergency situations
  23. 23. Performance evaluation ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 9 9.3 Management review
  24. 24. Improvement ISO 45001:2016 – Clause 10 Maintenance Implementation Improvement The following clauses and subclasses provide inputs into continual improvement: a) Clause 4 ‘Context of the organization’; b) 5.4 ‘Participation, consultation and representation’; c) 6.1 ‘Actions to address risks and opportunities’; d) 6.2 ‘OH&S Objectives and plans to achieve them’ ; e) 7.4 ‘Information and communication’; f) 9.1 ‘Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation’; g) 9.2 ‘Internal audit’; h) 9.3 ‘Management review’; i) 10.1 Incident, nonconformity and corrective action.
  25. 25. Recommendations Organizations using OHSAS 18001:2007 can do the following: • Identify organizational gaps which need to be addressed to meet new requirements of the ISO 45001. • Develop an implementation plan. • Provide appropriate training and awareness for all parties that have an impact on the effectiveness of the organization. • Update the existing occupational health and safety standard to meet the revised requirements and provide verification of effectiveness. • Where applicable, liaise with their Certification Body for transition arrangements.
  26. 26. ? QUESTIONS THANK YOU +1-844-426-7322 hse@pecb.com www.pecb.com http://bit.ly/1PqNp5P https://twitter.com/PECB https://www.facebook.com/PECBInternational

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