• Building a trusted occupational health and safety (OHS) programme
     for your workplace and society

    • Modern businesses recognise the importance and value in keeping people healthy and safe. Improved productivity stems from ensuring people operate in environments that monitor and improve, provide transparency and build trust throughout the operation and supply chain.

      In addition, ethically responsible corporate actions are becoming increasingly important to brands and reputations.

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      • ISO 45001 - AT A GLANCE

        • ISO 45001 will be the world's first OHS international Standard published by the International Organisation for Standardisation - currently in review and approval stages
        • Build a safe and healthy environment for workers and stakeholders and help prevent work-related deaths, injury and ill-health by continually improving OHS performance


        • ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001

          Managing risk effectively

        • ISO 45001 - KEY DATES

          • 19 May 2017 - A second draft (DIS 2) released
          • 13 July 2017 - Open ballot to allow for translation and public comments closed
          • 30 November 2017 - Final Draft (FDIS), based on current ISO published
          • March 2018 - Publication date, based on current ISO published timeline


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            ISO 45001 - Standard document structure

            Based on the same structure as ISO 9001:2015 (Quality) and ISO 14001:2015 (Environment), ISO 45001 Standard places a broader focus on the 'context' of an organisation and requires greater involvement from management. Additionally, ISO 45001 is intended to:

            • Be applicable to any organisation
            • Enable efficient integration into existing management systems
            • Allow integration with all aspects of health and safety such as worker wellbeing
            • Provide a framework to help meet OHS legal obligations including 'due diligence'

            While in this draft stage, businesses can use the time to prepare and plan how to adapt systems should the changes be carried forward into the final release.

            Currently certified to OHSAS 18001 or AS/NZS 4801?

            Once the new standard is published, we will contact you to discuss your pathway to migrate.

            Until then your audit activities will continue as scheduled. Whilst a 3 year period for migration is anticipated, this is yet to be confirmed by the International Accreditation Forum (IAF). After the migration period, it is likely that AS/NZS 4801:2001 and OHSAS 18001 will be withdrawn.

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