Current certification to ISO 45001, are a key tool in organisations managing their health & safety risks. Certification demonstrates the seriousness with which an employer takes its health & safety responsibility, making a strong and clear statement to employees and other key stakeholders how important this is to the organisation.
ABS QE examine how ISO 45001 is geared towards reducing and preventing accidents and accident-related loss of lives, time and resources.
BSI discuss how taking a responsible approach to Health & Safety management not only reduces the risk of accidents and injury, but can bring significant business benefits to an organisation.
Bureau Veritas explore how the implementation of a certified Health & Safety management system gives employees who stay healthy, are more productive, motivated and tend to stay with the company longer. Additionally, company accidents and absenteeism is reduced.
DEKRA introduce how accident control prevents not only injury to people; it also precludes financial losses and the risk of damage to a company’s image. By obtaining qualified proof of occupational health and safety at your company, you will win the confidence of your business partners, employees, and the general public. The globally recognised standard ISO 45001 provides you with a reliable, practical means to achieve this.
DNV Business Assurance show that certification to ISO 45001 proves that your management system ensures proactive protection of the health and safety of your workforce. Your system has been measured against a best practice standard and found compliant.
Intertek ISO 45001 helps your organization systematically minimize the risk of accidents and work-related illnesses. Keeping your employees safe on the job is critical. One of the most efficient methods for planning and managing your safety program is an Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
Lloyd’s Register describe how ISO 45001 is a standard used for an occupational health and safety management system, which enables an organisation to control its risks and improve its performance in this area. The standard provides a systematic approach to identifying hazards, and then either eliminates or reducing the risks of the hazards.
SAI Global show how an effective OHS Management System can help to establish the framework of compliance with the two fundamental elements of most OHS legislation: that employers provide and maintain a working environment that is safe and without risk and that employees take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others.
SGS explain how to demonstrate your commitment to employee health and safety with an ISO 45001 certification audit of your occupational health and safety management system.
TÜV SÜD discuss that gone are the days when occupational safety was put into effect after the accident has already taken place. It is no longer acceptable to vaguely adhere to the rules then to analyse the ensuing accidents only to establish that they could have been avoided.