IMPLEMENTATION OF OHSAS 18001
- The act and regulations
- Department of labour
- General duties of employers towards workers
- The right of workers to be informed
- Duty not to interfere with or misuse objects
- Health and safety representatives
- Health and safety committees
- Reporting to the chief inspector
- Occupational health and safety legislation
- Steps to ensure health and safety in the workplace
- Incident management system
- Colour coding and demarcation
- Emergency procedures
Introduction to OHSAS 18001
Duration – 1 day
• Provide learners with insight into the requirements of ISO 14001 and enable them to participate effectively in OHSAS development and related activities.
• Structure of ISO 18001
• How will OHSAS have an effect on daily basis duties?
Internal Audit for ISO 18001
Duration – 3 days
Learners will be given a thorough introduction to the principles of health and safety management, continual improvement and the requirements of current legislation.
The OHSAS 18001 approach to Occupational Health and Safety is interpreted in detail.
Procedures for hazard identification, risk management, emergency planning, training, communication, consultation, and management review
Using OHSAS 18001 as a model, learners will be able to define roles and responsibilities of auditors and lead auditors, and plan, co-ordinate and perform OHSAS audits.