OHSAS 18001 IRCA Approved Conversion course
This course has been carefully designed to provide delegates, who intend to perform internal OH&S audits, with the skills needed to assess and report on the effective implementation and maintenance of an OH&S management system.
OHSAS 18001 is a recognized specification that structures the implementation of an effective Health & Safety management system which enables organizations to manage risk, ensure compliance with legislation and provide a safer working environment for employees. Priority of every organization would be safety and health of their employees.
An approach to risk management focusing on Health and Safety risk is the key objective of this Lead Auditor Program.
- Purpose of OHSAS
- OHSAS 18001 Policy
- Policy & objectives
- Legislation requirements
- Risk assessments – Health and Safety
- Main clauses of 18001: Detailed understanding of standard requirements
- Implementation and monitoring requirements
- Emergency preparedness
- Performance Monitoring
- Audit preparation including audit planning, execution and audit management based on ISO 19011.
- Auditor competency and reporting
Who Should Attend
This course will benefit those persons who manage various functions within their organizations and wish to gain maximum benefit from the management system focused on Health and Safety.
This course is designed for participants already certified to any other management system standard e.g ISO 9001 LA/ ISO 14001 LA/ ISO 27001 LA etc.
This course will be conducted by specialists and registered tutor who are Practicing Lead Auditors & Trainers and who have hands on experience of certification auditing and the requirements of all three management systems. Their experience and knowledge of all aspects of audit and management systems provides a valuable bonus to delegates as this experience can be passed on during formal sessions and informal discussions.
This course runs for three days running from 9.30 am until 6.30 pm for all three days.