What is OHSAS ISO 18001?
The OHSAS ISO 18001 is an occupational health and safety management system (OHSAS) which has been designed to help businesses develop health and safety objectives and implement practices. The system provides a structured and methodical approach for identifying risks and then eliminating them.
The standard is compatible with EMS and other international management systems.
We review your existing management systems in relation to requirements of the relevant standards for certification.
Stage 1 Audit
A review of your management system(s) documentation is undertaken as the first step in the certification process.
The Certification Audit is conducted on site to verify that you have implemented the management system across your organisation.
Years 2 & 3: Certification Maintenance
We will conduct an annual Surveillance Audit to check the ongoing implementation of management systems across your organisation.
With the OHSAS ISO 18001 standard, you can
Maintain a safer and healthier work environment: Implementing OHSAS ISO 18001 standard will help reduce accidents and injuries at your workplace, contributing to safer and healthier environment.
Decrease downtime: Ill and injured employees decrease productivity levels. The OHSAS ISO 18001 is aimed at safety, ensuring that all of your employees will work in a safe environment.
Decrease costs: Implementing this standard can protect your business from legal actions and limit/eliminate fines. Additionally, may allow you to get lower insurance premiums.
Boost employee morale: With the implementation of this standard, it has been consistently proven that workforce delivers a better performance.
Demonstrate your commitment: Implementing an OHS management system shows that you are committed to the safety of your employees.
Earn credibility: The OHSAS 18001 builds your credibility by ascertaining that your business follows a standardised occupational health and safety management system.