OHSAS 18001:2007 Lead Auditor
About This Course
OHSAS 18001 requires organisations to review and continually improve their occupational health and safety performance. Organisations should conduct regular occupational health and safety audits to evaluate how effectively occupational health and safety issues are being managed and to identify opportunities for improvement.
Career Advancement Areas
Be Certified to conduct third-party or external audits. You will be certified to be a Lead Auditor for OHSAS 18001:2007, Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series.
What You Will Learn
- Purpose and structure of the OH&S Standards (OHSAS 18001, ILO OHS 2001)
- Review of OH&S legislation and codes of practice
- Identification of OH&S hazards and risk evaluation
- Principles of auditing, auditor skills and responsibilities and the audit cycle: Planning – use of checklists , Interviewing and evaluation of information , Observation – objective evidence , Evaluating the significance of non-conformities , Corrective actions and effective follow-up programmes, and Effective improvement.
Background in ISO Audit Principles
Workshop & Lectures
Who Should Register?
Candidates interested to conduct third-party
or external auditing for Occupational Health and Safety.