Occupational Health& Safety OHSAS 18001 Auditor/Lead Auditor (Certified By IRCA, UK)
- It exists to help all kinds of organizations put in place demonstrably sound occupational health and safety performance
- It is helps an organizations to control occupational health and safety risks.
- It is suitable for all types of organisation wanting to become more efficient in managing and reducing accidents in the workplace.
Benefits For The For Organizations Who Implement The OHSAS 18001
- Create the best possible working conditions across the organization
- Evaluate the existing situation of the organization management systems processes and activities from the perspective of occupational health and safety laws and legislation.
- Reduce workplace accidents and illness to cut related costs and downtime
- Improving reputation and increasing the opportunities to gain new business
- Possible cost savings from public liability insurance premiums
- Maintaining compliance to legal requirements
- Achieving a structured health and safety management system throughout the organisation will demonstrate your commitment to the welfare of your staff and external parties.
- Using different tools and methods to assess and analyze the occupational health and safety processes within the organization.
- Engage and motivate staff with better, safer working conditions.
- Demonstrate compliance to customers and suppliers.
- Determine communication and networking methods between appointed teams of occupational health and safety management activities inside and outside the organization.
- Organisations registered to OHSAS 18001 can be more confident about meeting the requirements of Health and Safety legislation.
- Setting targets through the Health and Safety policy, together with the ongoing measurement against it ensures a process of continual improvement.
- Use different tools and methods to ensure the stability of performance and continuous improvement.
Special Benefits For Being An IRCA Certified Occupational Health& Safety Auditor
- Planning and establishing an health and safety management system framework
- Identify gaps between the occupational health and safety laws and legislation and the organization existing regulations.
- Establishing roles and responsibilities
- Processes for hazard identification and risk assessments
- Documentation, Reporting and monitoring
- Emergency procedures
- Measure and constantly improve processes
- Establish the OHSAS checklist
- Understand the purpose and scope of an OH&S management system.
- Exercise risk assessment principles and approach.
- Determine audit requirements of OHSAS 18001.
- Develop audit strategies.
- Plan and conduct an audit in line relevant OH&S audit criteria.
- Write nonconformity and audit reports.
- Execute follow up activities.
- Use of qualitative and quantitative tools to analyze different factors affecting the management of occupational health and safety system.