This course is based on ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, ISO 45001:2018 and ISO 31000:2018. This course allows you an overview of the standard, where key areas will be discussed of all 4 standards and a summary of the requirements to allow delegates to understand how to implement and prepare for an audit.
There will be case studies to link clauses to scenarios of non-conformances to assist in grasping the understanding of the various clauses. Focus will be primarily on how to implement an EMS (Using the Environmental Aspects and Impacts Register) and OHSAS-MS (Using the HIRA), discussions on Quality Control Plans and managing risk.
Who Should Attend?
- Newly elected Health and Safety or SHE/ SHEQ Representatives
- Current Representatives or Management Representatives
- Committee Members
On successful completion of this module the learner will be able to explain and document structured workplace inspections, observations and findings. These will be reported to and evaluated by Safety, Health and Environmental committee members before being submitted to management for corrective action and in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety legislation.
- What is ISO?
- Why ISO?
- What is QMS
- 7 quality principles
- The cost of quality
- Terms and definitions
- Clauses and Sub-clauses
- Mandatory and non-mandatory requirements
- System structure
- Benefits of ISO
- Maintenance of a QMS
- History of ISO
- Importance and benefits of an ISO 14001:2015 EMS
- Requirements, terms and definitions of ISO 14001:2015
- Structure of ISO 14001:2015 and framework for Environmental Management System standards
- Risk-based thinking, process approach, Plan-Do-Check-Act, and the management principles
- Identify environmental impacts of their organisation
- Understand key terms and definitions of pollution
- Learn basic principles, key concepts and importance of environmental law
- Identify the link between their jobs and a range of environmental impacts
- Understand business benefits of adopting an Environmental Management System
- Identify key issues related to energy use and waste minimization, water use, pollution and emergency planning
- Legislation, Water Discharge, Discharge to the air, Noise pollution, Financial Penalties & Waste Disposal
- What is ISO 45001?
- Structure of ISO 45001
- Key Perspectives of ISO 45001
- ISO 45001 Terms Definitions and Interpretation
- What is ISO 45001 Management System
- Overview of: The Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Key Elements of the ISO 45001 broadly discussed
- PDCA: Plan- Do- Check Act
- Attitudes toward health and safety
- Occupational Health & Safety act
- Safety Signs and Regulations
- Health and Safety Challenges in the workplace; the role of a Health & Safety Rep.
- Similarities and differences of OHSAS 18001:2007 to ISO 45001.
- Review of risk definitions according to ISO 31000:2018
- Understanding the various risk methodologies
- Completion of risk assessments using risk language
- Risk treatment mitigation plans
- Risk reports
- How to Integrate Risk in other ISO Management Systems
- 9001:2015 Implementation (Only Clauses, full detail and a Summary of Mandatory Documents, Records)
- 14001:2015 Implementation (Only Clauses, full detail and a Summary of Mandatory Documents, Records)
- 45001:2018 Implementation (Only Clauses, full detail and a Summary of Mandatory Documents, Records)
- Provides senior management with an efficient management process
- Sets out areas of responsibility across the organisation
- Mandatory if you want to tender for some public sector work
- Communicates a positive message to staff and customers
- Identifies and encourages more well-organized and time saving processes
- Highlights where the organisation lacks
- Reduces your costs
- Provides continuous assessment and improvement
- Will provide the delegate with a set of templates to assist you with the implementation of the system
- Developing and implementing an OH&S policy and OH&S objectives
- Establishing systematic processes which consider its “context” and which will take into account its risks and opportunities, and its legal and other requirements
- The course will enable the delegate to determine the hazards and OH&S risks associated with its activities, seeking to eliminate them, or putting in controls to minimize their potential effects
- Ensuring workers take an active role in OH&S issues
Some of the benefits to your customers:
- Improved quality and service
- Delivery on time
- Right first-time attitude
- Fewer returned products and complaints
- Independent audit demonstrates commitment to quality
All delegates who successfully pass the assessment over 70% will be issued with a certificate of competence. If you receive lower than 70% a certificate of attendance will be issued.
An Assessment at the end of the course will be required. A minimum of 70% is to be achieved to attain a Competence Certificate. If you achieve lower than 70% but get between 50 – 69% a second attempt will become available. If you get lower than 50% and fail the second attempt, you will need to re-purchase the course. An attendance certificate is awarded to you regardless of a pass or fail.