ISO 45001: Demystifying The New Standard

Organisations have always been responsible for ensuring that their workers are not harmed at work.

The way in which work is conducted has significantly changed, impacting workers not just physically, but also on their health.

The new international standard for occupational health and safety, ISO 45001, places greater emphasis on understanding the context of an organisation and taking a proactive approach to minimise harm to workers.

Join Kurshed Kutky, Trainer & Consultant at SAI Global, and Stephen Thomas, Health & Safety Business Partner at IOSH, as we cover: An overview of the structure of the ISO 45001:2018 standard, “Occupational health and safety management systems – Requirements with guidance for use.”

Review some of the key requirements of the standard Understand what we need to do to meet these requirements Identify what ‘documented information’ we need to keep.


Learn more about our ISO 45001 OH&S Management Systems.

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