Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
Certifying an occupational health and safety management system demonstrates an organization’s clear commitment to the health and safety of its workers, promoting the prevention of accidents and occupational illnesses in the workplace.
ISO 45001:2018 is an international standard applicable to any organization, regardless of its sector or activity. By implementing an occupational health and safety management system, an organization can identify and evaluate occupational risks, establish necessary preventive controls, consider relevant legislation and regulations, and continuously improve its occupational health and safety performance.
The occupational health and safety management system is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle, which provides an iterative process for continuous improvement.
The potential benefits of implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Management System based on ISO 45001:2018 are:
Improving the company’s image with customers, workers, suppliers, and stakeholders by demonstrating its commitment to preventing accidents and occupational illnesses.
Reducing potential penalties resulting from legal non-compliance or workplace accidents.
Promoting proactive and responsible activities towards occupational health and safety at all levels of the company, and encouraging workers’ participation in occupational risk prevention.
Certhia is an independent entity that can evaluate your organization’s occupational health and safety management system through expert auditors in your sector or activity.