What is ISO 45001:2018?
The ISO 45001:2018 sets out requirements for an occupational health and safety management system that can be used by organizations to prevent injury in the workplace as well provide a safe working environment. It also offers guidance on how these systems should function, so they achieve their goals effectively without causing additional problems or risks with regards to OH&S performance measures, like reduced accidents due to lower risk factors, such as improved awareness among employees which leads them to learn safer practices overall, because there have been fewer incidents resulting from proper training methods being utilized while implementing new ideas.
ISO 45001 is about your commitment to the people's health and safety and planning how best we can deliver on those goals through OH&S assurance, improvement initiatives etc. The latest version of this international standard was published in 2018 and replaced OHSAS 18001 and has focused more on the role of leadership as well as what it takes for leaders not only to recognize their own strengths but also take actions accordingly when faced with challenges or opportunities.
The mark of a certified company is an assurance to customers that their future of planet and environment will be protected. Whether you are in the construction, manufacturing or service industries- this certification ensures compliance with all industry standards for environmental management and fulfilment of compliance obligations.
It's important because these days many people demand it as part of any contract before they agree on signing.
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To become a fully-fledged ISO 45001 certified company, you will need to prepare several documents along with an action plan that demonstrates your intention of performing them and moving toward improvement.
PrimaPerfect can help you prepare for your certification process by creating an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) and all other documents necessary before engaging a Certification Body.