About ISO 45001

ISO 45001 is the new international standard for OH&S management systems and has replaced OHSAS 18001 providing organisations with an opportunity to improve their occupational health and safety management system in line with their business objectives. The structure of ISO 45001 is based on Annex SL format and terminology. Annex SL was developed to ensure that all ISO management system standards share a common format irrespective of the specific discipline to which they relate.

To be effective, the assessment of an organisation’s conformance with OH&S requirements and specifications requires that auditors who understand OH&S risks are properly competent to audit management systems.

IRCA – the International Register of Certificated Auditors is the world’s original and largest international certification body for auditors of management systems. The purpose of IRCA’s OH&S Auditor programme is to provide confidence to organisations, regulatory authorities, accreditation bodies, certification bodies, business, and to stakeholders at large, that auditors certified to this program are competent. Also, when auditing suppliers or contractors against applicable OH&S requirements, it is necessary to represent an individual’s organisation in a professional, thorough and fair manner.

This course is designed to give learners a wide range of knowledge and skills to empower them to competently audit entire Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems against the ISO 45001 standard. The course presents the most up-to-date approaches to auditing and utilises case studies, workshops and accelerated learning to allow learners to apply and practice their knowledge and skills throughout all the main phases of the audit process.

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