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ISO 45001:2018

Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems

Why ISO 45001?

The world’s much anticipated International Standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S) has just been published, and is set to transform workplace practices globally.


ISO 45001 certification is a professional certification that boost organization's reputation by demonstrating that they hold a certified Occupational Health and Safety Management System. An effective Occupational Health and Safety Management System promotes a safe and healthy working environment, by providing a framework that allows your organization to identify and control its OHSMS, and improve the overall performance.

Benefits of ISO 45001 certification to your organization

  • Eliminates or minimizes risk to employees

  • Contributes in a healthier and safer working environment

  • Demonstrates confidence in your organization

  • Reduces downtime risks through on-site accidents

  • Ensures legislative and regulatory compliance

  • Reduces the likelihood of prosecutions and fines

  • Greater involvement in environmental safety from employees

  • Increases stakeholder confidence with internationally acknowledged standard

  • Promotes new effective procedures and processes

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Benefits of ISO 45001 certification to your customers

  • Improved quality and of services

  • Established trust and credibility 

  • Reduced complaints

  • Reassures customers who take an active interest in environmental performance that they are working with a company which promotes a shared environmental ethics

ISO 45001 certification (also known as “registration”), is a third-party audit performed by a certification body such as ISOCert who, upon verification that an organization is in compliance with the requirements of ISO 45001, will issue an ISO 45001 certificate. This certification is then maintained through regularly scheduled annual surveillance audits by the registrar, with re-certification performed on a triennial basis. 


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