This course is intended for Management at all levels, OHSMS personnel, and others who need to understand the requirements of ISO 45001:2018; what the requirements mean for their organization and the steps their organization must take to update their current OHSMS to meet the requirements of ISO 45001:2018.
- At the end of this course, each participant will leave with a formal, documented, detailed plan that is specific to the needs of their organization. This plan will provide the details you will need to move your organization forward to accomplish two objectives:
- Meet the requirements of ISO 45001:2018 AND provide evidence that requirements have been met.
- Achieve the embedded benefits contained in ISO 45001:2018. Benefits will focus on the organization’s workers and other interested parties.
This course is intended for those who are using OHSAS 18001 and will be adopting ISO 45001. Those who will receive value from this course include:
- Personnel that need to develop a specific list of steps their organization will need to take to comply with the new requirements
- Personnel that need to understand the changes
- Personnel that need to understand the broad implications for the organization associated with the changes
- Recommended attendees include:
- Health & Safety Personnel
- Top Management
- Management Representatives
- Document Control Personnel
Minimum requirements include:
- Participation is required due to the dynamic of the group activities presented in class.
- No testing-out or waiving of any of the requirements is allowed.
Students that successfully complete this course may claim to be a certificate holder for ISO 45001:2018 The Path Forward. They may not claim to be a certified person.
- The specific differences between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001
- The alignment requirements between the Health and Safety Management System and the business objectives of the organization
- Specific requirements for documented information and how to resolve the differences between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 and the risks associated with the reduced emphasis on documentation
- How to define the Context of your organization to meet this new stated requirement and the significance of Context to the organizations Risks and Opportunities and how this relates to the organizations OHSMS Processes
- Specific methodologies for the identification of the needs and expectations of Interested Parties
• Who are Interested Parties
• What needs and expectations does my organization need to consider
• How does my organization incorporate the needs and expectations of Interested Parties into my organization’s OHSMS
- The steps an organization must take to update their current OHSMS to meet the requirements of ISO 45001:2018.
- Steps needed to implement risk management, a requirement of ISO 45001:2018
- Specific approaches that would allow an organization to resolve the differences between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 as this relates to procedures and records.
- How to identify opportunities and achieve value for your organization while implementing ISO 45001:2018 and decreasing the emphasis on documentation
- The role of Top Management and the requirements for reporting Risks and Opportunities as part of the Management Review Process
Questions that will be answered:
- Why are these changes taking place?
- When will these changes become official?
- How will these changes impact my organization and its people?
- How will these changes impact the interested parties that can be impacted by the success of my organization?
- When should I begin to work on making these changes?
- Given OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001, identify the differences between the two standards
- Given OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001, identify the clause alignment between the two standards
- Given your organization, write an organizational Context that includes internal and external issues
- Given your organization, determine Interested Parties and their requirements
- Given your organization, determine Risks and Opportunities
- Given your organization, identify the linkage between Context, Interested Parties, Risks, Opportunities and the processes within the OHSMS