OHSAS 18001 is an important international standard it deals with health and safety management at the workplace. Health and safety at work is one of the most pressing issues at the international level and is something that is of great concern for all businesses.
The objective of OHSAS 18001 is to allow those in charge of the execution or the head of an audit team to conduct audits of health systems and safety management OHSAS 18001 as against accordance with the principles OHSAS 18001.
The OHSAS 18001 Auditor Training provides an introduction to the principles of the audit of an integrated management system. The purpose of this training is to equip you with the knowledge and skills to conduct internal audits on standards and contribute to the continuous improvement of management system. Delegates are expected to have knowledge of health and security checks within organizations before attending this training.
On completion of OHSAS 18001 auditor training organizations can achieve following attributes:
- Understand and implement their own safety management systems (SMS).
- Demonstrate organizational compliance with all relevant legal requirements.
- Understand the importance of security policy and how it should be based on all significant risks identified within the organization.
- Understand and demonstrate continuous improvement in the performance of the occupational safety and health.
- Audit of conduct interviews, observe the process and review the documents to obtain objective evidence on the state of the system.
- Prepare and present oral and written audit reports.
- Identify nonconformities and allocate major or minor criteria.
- Help you gain a full understanding of the laws and principles of OHSAS. In addition to which it also helps to understand the code of practice and standard.
- Received this training, you will have the opportunity to make more clear and effective method of assessing the risk of any danger that was detected at work.
- It provides the ability to accurately assess the current state of the health and safety of an organization.
- Have the skills and knowledge to plan and conduct third party audits against the requirements of OHSAS 18001: 2007 health safety management systems and reporting results.
- Understand the importance of the evidence, corrective action and monitoring of performance.