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Course Title:        Implementation to OHSAS 18001 (45001) ISO 14001

Description:         This training skill is designed to equip the participants with the requisite information and practical initiative to perform OHSAS-based internal program/system functions effectively.

Duration:               2 Day

Target Audience: Supervisors, SHE Representatives, Risk Managers, Safety Officers/ Managers, Occupational Health Practitioners, Senior Legal Appointees, Engineering Manager Etc.

  • 2. Implementation of OHSAS 18001. 

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    • • Introduction
    • • Definition of terms.
    • • OHS Management system elements.
  • 3. The OHSAS 18001 implementation requirements. 

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    • • Legal and other requirements.
    • • OHS Management Programmes.
    • • Structure and Responsibility.
    • • Planning for hazard identification, risk assessment, and control.
    • • The OHSAS 18001 Model.
    • • Overview of the OHSAS 18001 Requirements.
  • 4. OHSAS 18001 implementation in detail.  

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    • • Documentation
    • • Training awareness and competence.
    • • Consultation and communication.
    • • Data Control.
    • • Emergency preparedness and response.
    • • Performance measurement and monitoring.
    • • Accidents, incidents, non-conformances and corrective and preventative action.
    • • Auditing
    • • Management Review.
  • 5. ISO 14001 System and models.  

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    • • The PDCA cycle.
    • • The Sheldon and Yoxon Environmental Management System.
    • • The Environmental Management System Model.
    • • General requirements.
    • • Environmental policy.
    • • Planning
    • • Correspondence between OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001:1996 and ISO 9001: 2000
  • 6. OHSAS 45001.  

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    • • Distinguishing features from OHSAS 18001.
    • • Trends and Issues.
  • Course Notes 

    Learner will be able to explain the imperative importance of implementing management systems especially when considered from the perspectives of:

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    • Learner will be able to explain the imperative importance of implementing management systems especially when considered from the perspectives of:
    • • Improved understanding of requirements, instructions and activities.
    • • Improved analysis of the system and problems because it is easier to trace the cause of error resulting in more effective corrective action being taken.