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Are you ready for the new ISO 45001:2018 ?

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Category ISO 45001:2018; OHSAS 18001 ISO 45001; ISO Health and Safety

Deadline: June 06, 2018 | Date: June 06, 2018

Venue/Country: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr,Aurora, Colora, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-05-11 19:08:19 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

OVERVIEW

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO), new standard (ISO 45001), currently due for publication in March 12, 2018 will include a number of key changes to benefit from, such as ways to:

• Gain understanding of how to deploy the appropriate methods and tools that translate your good intentions into visible improvements in OH&S performance

• Ensure that your organization’s strategic direction is aligned with your health & safety management objectives

• Increase involvement of the leadership team

• Improve integration with other management system standards

• Improve occupational health and safety performance

• Learn how to manage OH&S risks that support your organizations sustainability initiatives, ensure employees are safer and healthier and increase profitability at the same time.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND

Globalization, ISO 45001 puts your organization in an elite category of business which will be internationally recognized.

Improved business performance by reducing workplace illness, injury and costs which will result in increased productivity.

Creating consistency and establishing “best practices” for occupational health and safety throughout the organization.

Improved identification of hazards and risk.

Reducing accidents, incidents and downtime and improving the efficiency of operations.

Providing for the safety of all persons affected by the activities of the organization.

Promoting management oversight through monitoring and measuring of key performance indicators in health and safety.

Embedding proactive behaviors which focus on prevention rather than reactive post-accident remorse.

Encouraging continual improvement.

AREAS COVERED

• Overview of ISO 45001 requirements

• Synergy with OHSAS 18001

• Implementation steps necessary to migrate an existing OH&S management system to ISO 45001

• Critical success factors for any OH&S management system implementation

• Lean deployment methods to reduce administrative burden of multiple integrated systems

• How to scale your management system for small and medium sized organizations

• Review of the ISO certification process

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Gain insight into the newly published International Organization for Standardization (ISO), standard (ISO 45001), due in March 12, 2018.

Learn how to manage OH&S risks that support your organizations sustainability initiatives, ensure employees are safer and healthier and increase profitability at the same time.

Gain understanding of how to deploy the appropriate methods and tools that translate your good intentions into visible improvements in OH&S performance.

WHO WILL BENEFIT

EH&S Coordinators and anyone vested in Risk Management and safety improvement

• Safety and Health professionals

• Executive Leadership

• Health & Environmental Managers

• Plant and Facility Managers

• PSM Coordinators

• Corporate Safety Managers

• Sustainability Managers

• Business Development Leaders

• Quality Professionals

• ISO Administrators

• Insurance & Risk Managers

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