ISO 45001 Guide
Learn more about the ISO 45001:2018 standard.
Managing health and safety risks should be top-of-mind for every company, even for those who haven’t reported an accident or injury for an extended period. Employers everywhere are striving for safer workplaces where employees can do their jobs, while still making it home safely to their families and friends.
Occupational injuries, diseases, and high-risk working hazards are a significant burden for both the employer and the economy as a whole – these undesirable outcomes can result in gaps in staffing, rising insurance costs, or worst of all tragic loss.
To better address these issues, the ISO 45001:2018 standard was developed. The new Occupational Health and Safety Management System will eventually replace OHSAS 18001, and helps organizations reduce the aforementioned burdens by providing a framework to improve employee safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer working conditions, regardless of the location or industry.
Easily integrated with both ISO 9001 quality management systems and ISO 14001 environmental management systems, SQA offers ISO 45001 to manufactures and service providers worldwide. In addition to promoting safety and helping manage risk, adherence to these processes and procedures will result in:
An audit performed by our highly trained and experienced auditors can produce:
We don’t like uncertainty, and we know you don’t either, particularly when it comes to your employees health and safety. That’s why Smithers Quality Assessments has a “No Surprises” philosophy that reduces the uncertainty of the ISO 45001 certification process. By becoming an integral part of your team and maintaining open communication throughout the entire process, we get to know your business and help you thoroughly prepare for your audit. Our proprietary certification process is designed to provide objective, value-added feedback on your performance.