ISO 45001:2018 Auditor Transition Conversion - Virtual Training
€599 Price includes training, all training materials, pre-course study materials, IRCA registration and refreshments during the training where applicable. THERE ARE NO HIDDEN FEES AT IQC. Need a quote for In-house Training email us today firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that participants attending the Lead Auditor course are expected to have the above prior knowledge of safety management principles and concepts, and the basic requirements of the relevant safety standard. IQC will provide a “Pre-course” pack to all delegates approximately 10 days before the training commences however if you are totally new to ISO 45001 please consider one of our Fundamental and Foundation training courses. Suitable for those who are OHSAS 18001:2007 Internal or Lead Auditor and wants to develop the expertise to audit against the new ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OH&S). Learn how ISO 45001 is different to OHSAS 18001:2007, and apply this practically in order to build your ISO 45001 auditing skill and further enhance your OH&S knowledge. All learning is through case study work and discussions.
This course is designed for those who are OHSAS 18001:2007 Internal or Lead Auditor and want to develop the expertise to audit against the new ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OH&S). Learn how ISO 45001 is different to OHSAS 18001:2007, and apply this practically in order to build your ISO 45001 auditing skill and further enhance your OH&S knowledge.
Who should attend?
• Anyone responsible for conducting Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OH&S MS) audits who are currently trained auditors on OSHAS 18001.
Virtual / Live Audit - Participants put into practice what they learnt on Days 1 and 2.
Writing the audit report - Taking corrective action - Management of the audit programme.
Places cancelled within 10 working days of commencement must be paid in full. Substitutions may be made at any time at no additional charge.
Describe the differences between the new ISO 45001 OHMS and the old OSHAS 180001
Explain the purpose of an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) and the OHSMS standards.
Explain the business benefits of improving the OHSMS.
Explain the purpose, content and interrelationship of ISO 45001 and ISO 19011.
Describe the overriding purpose of a Safety management system as defined in ISO 45001.
• Understand the structure and key requirements of ISO standards and OH&S regulations.
• Interpret requirements of standards and regulations in the context of an OH&S audit.
• Describe the role of the auditor in the maintenance and improvement of management systems.
• Understand the different types of audits.
• Describe the roles and responsibilities of auditors and lead auditors.
• Plan and conduct an audit in accordance with ISO 19011, demonstrating ability to plan and prepare effectively
• Gather objective evidence, through effective interviewing, observation, sampling and note taking.
• Analyse and interpret information in order to determine conformance with requirements, effectiveness, and areas for improvement.
Report the audit, including writing valid, factual and value-adding audit reports.
Undertake audit follow-up activities, including evaluating the effectiveness of corrective actions.
Professionally liaise with external auditors.
Day 1 (summary)
Management Systems & Quality Management Systems - Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle
Structure of ISO standards for example ISO 45001
Understanding process management
Audit objectives - Auditing conformance, effectiveness and improvement
Scheduling of the audit programme on key processes and not areas of the Standard
Audit preparation – understanding the organisation and its key processes
Checklists, Audit plans, Productive meetings (Opening Meetings)
Day 2 (summary)
Carrying out the audit…
Teamwork Collecting information Communications
Human behaviour Audit sampling Audit findings
Evaluating the effectiveness of the Quality System in addition to conformance audits