|Training Insight November 2017|
ISO 45001 update from our General Manager for Compliance and Risk, Colin Rushmere.
"After their most recent summit, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) have confirmed a provisional publication date of 27th November for the Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) of ISO 45001.
During the last international ballot, DIS2 received an 88% approval rate, whilst only requiring two-thirds to pass. Whilst we cant say for sure, it appears likely that this standard will go ahead without major changes.
ISO 45001 is set to be the key international standard for occupational health and safety (OHSAS), once it is published in 2018. With a worker dying from a work-related accident or disease every 15 seconds, there is clearly a demand for a world-class OHSAS standard.
OHSAS 18001 will be withdrawn on publication of ISO 45001 and organizations currently certified to OHSAS 18001 will have a three year period to migrate to ISO 45001. Therefore, it is crucial for organizations and individuals within the Health & Safety sphere to understand the new standard and what it means to them."
To hear Colin, along with David Smith (Chairman of the ISO Committee developing ISO 45001), come to our ISO 45001 masterclass to help you understand some of the key points of ISO 45001.
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