What will you be covering?
- The benefits of introducing an integrated management system (IMS)
- Preparation of audits
- Techniques and methods involved in performing an audit of an IMS against the requirements
- The Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle
- Auditing process
- Audit skills
- Reporting your findings in a clear manner
In order to attain the iAS ISO 45001 Lead Auditor Certificate learning is assessed by continuous assessment and written assessments. The written assessment comprises:
- Paper 1 – Audit principles.
- Paper 2 – Conducting audits to ISO 45001.
Access to a copy of ISO 45001, course notes and personal notes made during the course is allowed.
Successful students will be awarded the IAS ISO 45001 Lead Auditor Certificate to recognise their achievement and a licence card containing their photograph.
Delegates who obtain the ISO 45001 Lead Auditor qualification may choose to progress on to a degree or diploma in an occupational safety and health related discipline, or one of the many other ISO management system auditing qualifications.
- ISO 45001 puts your organisation on a level of excellence shared by organisations worldwide.
- It will demonstrate to clients, customers and other interested parties that your organisation is committed to achieving the highest of standards in occupational safety and health.
- Improves business performance. A well designed, well implemented ISO 45001 occupational health and safety management system can significantly reduce workplace illness and injury and increases productivity.
- ISO 45001 Lead Auditors will be at the forefront of the change from British Standard OHSAS 18001 to the new international standard, meaning you’ll be a valued asset to your organisation.
- The new standard will also prove lucrative in the occupational safety and health job market, meaning Lead Auditors will be better prepared for the future.
- Course delegates will achieve a more comprehensive understanding of occupational safety and health management systems and how to implement and audit them effectively, creating a more well-rounded safety and health professional.