OHSAS 45001 Occupational Health & safety management systems, is an international standard that address the management of the hazards and risks in the workplaces. It sets out the requirements for the effective management and continuous improvement of occupational health & safety.
OHSAS 45001 HEALTH & SAFETY CERTIFICATION
What is OHSAS 45001?
Objective of the OHSAS 45001 Certification
Management of health and safety risks and a potential reduction in the number of accidents and related costs.
Implement and monitor objectives to achieve better results.
Assess hazards and risks, planning preventive measures to control the risks arising from the company’s activities.
Continual improvement and measurements of the performance related with health & safety.
OHSAS 45001 proposes a similar management systems Environment (ISO 14001) and quality (ISO 9001) structure, in addition to providing the ability to integrate the three systems into one, thereby optimizing the process and therefore reducing audit times and costs.
Who can apply OHSAS 45001?
OHSAS 45001 is an international standard applicable to all types of organizations, public or private, regardless of type, size or service provided, that want to enhance their performance and achieve better results in the management of occupational risks.
Benefits of OHSAS 45001
Getting better management of health and safety risks and a potential reduction in the number of accidents and related costs.
Demonstrate to third parties the compliance with the requirements of OHSAS 45001, which represents reliability and continuity of the health & safety system.
Provide added value of trust, improving its image towards other companies and becoming a factor of distinction from competition.
Once past the audit process, the implemented system conforms to the requirements of OHSAS 45001, so your organization obtains:.
The CERNE Certificate of Safety and Health Management Systems.
The CERNE license of health & safety brand.