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ISO 45001 : 2018

VS
OHSAS 18001
Overview of
ISO 45001 v2018
Global Toll
- 2.3 million people killed by work accidents and disease
- 6,300 deaths per day (one every 15 seconds)
- 317 million non-fatal work accidents
- 160 million people with occupational disease
- ~ 4% of world GDP = work accidents and diseases

Source: ILO
What is an OH&S
Management System?

• An Occupational Health and Safety Management


System (OH&S MS) is a coordinated and
systematic approach to managing health and
safety risks
What Is ISO 45001 : 2018?
• ISO 45001 specifies requirements for an occupational health and
safety (OH&S) management system and gives guidance for its use to
enable organizations to provide safe and healthy workplaces by
preventing work-related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities and by
proactively improving OH&S performance
• ISO 45001 is applicable to any organization worldwide regardless of
its size, type, or nature
• ISO 45001 replaces OHSAS 18001, the world’s former reference for
OH&S management (organizations currently certified under OHSAS
18001 will have until March 12,2021to migrate to ISO 45001)
Objective of ISO 45001

• Help organization minimize the risk of harm to all those working


under their control
• Provide a platform for continual improvement in OH&S performance
• Integrated OH&S within an organization’s overall business
management system
ISO 45001 : 2018
Vs
OHSAS 18001 : 2007
The Structure

• The first difference concerns its structure. This structure aims to facilitate the
implementation process and the integration of several management system in a
harmonized, structure and efficient manner.
Context of the organization
• Companies will have to define the Context of their Organizations, meaning
the External and Internal Issues in the environment in which they operate.
The Context will have to be systematically determined and monitored.
• The organization shall have to look the conditions affecting the operations
such as regulations, stakeholders and governance. They have to understand
the drivers of their organizational culture.
• The organization will have to look beyond their own health and safety
issues and consider what the society expects from them, regarding to
health and safety issues.
Needs and Expectations of Workers

• The Needs and Expectations of Workers and other Interested


Parties such as Shareholders, Customers and Board Members
have to be defined. From this step the requirements and
deliverables of the Management System will be further
developed
Risks and Opportunities

• Organizations will be required to determine the Risks and


Opportunities that may impact its ability to deliver planned results
which shall include enhancement of health and safety of employees
during the job. Legal and other requirements have also got to be
identified and considered.
Leadership

• There is increased emphasis on the Leadership of the company to


become engaged in and be responsible for the management system
to be more effective.
Documentation and record

• The term “document” and “record” have both been replaced with the
term “documented information” in ISO 45001.
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