Auditing & System Certification | Training & Personal Certification
The cost of occupational illness and accidents at work is estimated at USD 2.8 trillion worldwide*. To thrive in today’s competitive global market, regardless of the size, type and activities of the organisation, it is vital to know the components of ISO 45001, occupational health and safety management system, to better manage their risks.
To support you in securing your information, TÜV SÜD offers ISO 45001:2018 OH&S Management System Certification & also provides a range of ISO 45001:2018 e-learning & instructor-led courses. Through our OH&S certification and courses, you can improve your organisation’s OH&S performance with the intent to prevent work related injury and ill health, fulfill compliance obligations and maintain a safe and healthy workplace.
You will get an overview of ISO 45001, including its evolution, OH&S principles, key concepts, structure and more. Gain insights into how you can improve your organisation’s OH&S performance with the intent to prevent work related injury and ill health, fulfill compliance obligations and maintain a safe and healthy workplace.
This OH&S training is especially designed for on-the-go learners like you—providing you the convenience of self-paced learning, while allowing you to boost your competency and add value to your career.
This CQI IRCA certified ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Management Systems Lead Auditor Course provides basic training for potential OHSMS Lead Auditors and Auditors with the knowledge and skills to prepare, conduct, report and follow up 1st, 2nd and 3rd party OHSMS audits. The course meets the training requirements for auditor certification set by the Chartered Quality Institute and International Register of Certificated Auditors (CQI IRCA, www.quality.org) of the United Kingdom.
Introduced in March 2018, ISO 45001 marks a significant step forward in the overall effort to improve occupational health and safety (OHS) worldwide. ISO 45001 supersedes previous occupational health and safety standards, including OHSAS 18001. Organisations that currently hold OHSAS 18001 certification will need to transition to the ISO 45001 standard by March 2021.