This course focuses on teaching students a respected and effective approach for auditing occupational health and safety (OH&S) management systems.  Auditors will develop the tools necessary to effectively plan and operate an audit programme that will provide evidence of OH&S management system implementation.

Students completing this course will:

  • Understand management system principles
  • Gain detail knowledge on the content and intent of OHSAS 18001
  • Outline the Responsibilities of the Auditor
  • Understand Principles of National/International Legislation
  • Recognize the Risk Assessment Principles and Approach
  • Practice Policy Development
  • Understand the Planning Process
  • Understand the Implementation and Operation Processes
  • Understand the Checking and Corrective Action Processes
  • Recognize the Value of the Management Review
  • Practice Audit Planning and Approach
  • Understand On-site Verification – Approach and Techniques
  • Measure the Efficiency and Effectiveness of a Process
  • Identify, Record and Classify Nonconformances
  • Role play an audit
  • Practice presenting audit results
  • Generate a complete audit report in accordance with ISO 19011

Who should attend: Individuals who need to lead teams to audit their organization’s OHSAS 18001:2007 health and safety management system.

Length: 5 days

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