|POLICY AND MANUAL|
|Scope of the OH&S Management System|
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ISO 45001 is a commonly held “Universal Standard”. It stipulates the necessities for OH&S or Occupational Health and Safety Management System. It also offers guidance for the usage of such laws so that establishments can work towards refining their OH&S performance and thereby minimizing the chances of any injury and health issues.
The ISO 45001 standard is meant for all kinds of organizations nevertheless of its nature, kind and extent. With the OH&S management system implemented by the ISO 45001 standard, it is possible for business organizations to integrate numerous other aspects of safety and health like wellbeing and wellness of the workers. It must be noted that the organization may be required to be in compliance with the applicable legal requirements for addressing issues like that.
Because we keep the entire process simpler, ISO 45001 Certification can take just 7 – 30 days to complete the process based on your company’s size. In fact, our ‘Hassle-free certification’ approach provides the following benefits
Applying the ISO 45001 will help administrations to work with an OH&S management system that can advance its occupational wellbeing and security management in the following ways.
Implementing theISO 45001 can also help to make sure that a company gains a strong reputation as a safe and healthy place to work. This can also encourage new potential employees to get interested in working with the company. It can also have the following benefits:
It can bring recognition that comes with achieving an international benchmark. This can also impact the mindset of the customers who may become positively concerned about their diverse safety and social responsibilities.
The ISO 45001 standard should be followed by all kinds of organizations that have employees working for them. This is so because unless the safety regulations associated with ISO 45001 are not followed strictly, it can adversely affect the health and well being of the workers. A systematic way of managing occupational health and safety can really work wonders for the company. This standard has the optimum flexibility which makes it perfect both for the large multinational and complex organizations as well as small firms and startups that mainly work on small-time low-risk operations.
Even though the ISO 45001 standard helps to make sure that the dangers associated with OH&S are properly controlled and managed, there can be a strong need to follow a risk-oriented approach while carrying out OH&S management. This is because the organization must make sure that its policies and methods are effective and that they are regularly upgraded to meet the changing and evolving needs of the company.
|Procedure for Addressing Risks and Opportunities and OH&S Hazards|
|Registry of Key Risks and Opportunities|
|Hazard Evaluation Record|
|List of Workplaces and Employees with Significant Risk|
|TRAINING AND AWARENESS|
|Competence, Training and Awareness Procedure|
|Record of Attendance|
|OPERATIONAL CONTROL 1|
|Procedure for Operational Control|
|SOP for Chemical Hazards|
|SOP for Ergonomic Hazards|
|SOP for Environmental and Physical Hazards|
|OPERATIONAL CONTROL 2|
|SOP for Radioactive Hazards|
|SOP for Electrical Hazards|
|SOP for Working on Height Hazards|
|SOP for Display Screens and Posture Hazards (Office Hazards)|
|OPERATIONAL CONTROL 3|
|SOP for Personal Protective Equipment|
|Good Practice for Maintenance of Tools and Machinery|
|SOP for Operating Heavy Machinery|
|Equipment Calibration Record|
|EMERGENCY AND RESPONSE|
|Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan for Fire|
|Fire Safety Policy|
|Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan for Flooding|
|Emergency Response Drill Record|
|Procedure for Incident Investigation|
|Incident Investigation Report|
|Procedure for Change Management|
|Change Actions Plan and Review|
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