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How to get ISO 45001-2018 Certification

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How to to get ISO 45001:2018 Certification

Step 1 – Buy the ISO 45001:2018 Standard once the final standard is published

Step 2 – Hire an approved consultant.

Step 3 – Prepare ISO 45001:2018 Manual

Step 4 – Prepare Procedures and forms on ISO 45001:2018

Step 5 – Conduct Risk assessment ISO 45001:2018

Step 6 – Conduct Internal auditor training on ISO 45001:2018

Step 7 – Conduct Internal audit and Management review meeting

Step 8 – Identify accredited certification body

Step 9 – Certifying body conducts ISO 45001:2018 Stage 1 audit

Step 10 – Certifying body conducts ISO 45001:2018 Stage 2 audit

 

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For all the above requirements,

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Perhaps the first to launch trainings and consultancy in Bangalore, Chennai, Mangalore, Hyderabad, Goa on ISO 45001-2016 Occupational Health and Safety management system which replaces the  OHSAS 18001 the oldest management system standard which stood without any amendments since 2007.

The changes bring good focus in implementing the new standards with basic idea of integrating with the fundamentals of the XL Format. The XL format which was integrated into the ISO standards since 2012 has gained immense popularity in the world for its ease of understanding, ease of integrating ISO 9001-2015, ISO 14001-2015  and other management system.

The changes expected are the following

  1. No need of a Safety management system manual
  2. Need to demonstrate process rather than preparing documents
  3. Need for a practical approach towards ISO 45001:2018  Implementation
  4. Need for an effective ISO 45001:2018 Risk assessment based on the popular ISO 31000 Risk management standards
  5. Elimination of the jargon “Preventive Action” to accommodate the term “Risk Assesment”

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