ISO 45001 Internal Auditor Course

Training Course ISO 45001

Internal auditing is an important requirement of ISO 45001:2018 stated in clause 9.2. It is a mandatory requirement of ISO 45001 under the main clause 9 i.e. Monitoring, measurement, analysis and performance evaluation. Normally in companies, internal auditing is a function performed by trained internal auditors from audit department or cross functional internal audit teams.Read More

ISO 45001 Standard Free Download

ISO 45001 vs OHSAS 18001

ISO 45001 is an occupational health and safety management system. As the standard is now published, many professionals and learners will yearn to download a free copy of the ISO 45001:2018 standard. As you search for ISO 45001 standard free ecopy, you will find results published by various certification bodies and consultants. When you goRead More

Comparison matrix on ISO 45001:2018 & OHSAS 18001:2007

Health and Safety Standards

OHSAS 18001:2007 is the most widely used British standard for occupational health and safety management system. Since it was a British standard and in past it was not incorporated by the International Organization for Standardization i.e. the ISO. Therefore there was always a need that ISO should made a worldwide standard for occupational health andRead More

3.33 Conformity


ISO 45001 defines “conformity” as a “fulfilment of a requirement”. This is the state and status of a management system which all ISO 45001 implementing organizations will yearn for. Conformity means that your organization fulfill a requirement. If your organization fulfill all requirements of ISO 45001 then you can go for a third party auditRead More

3.37 Continual improvement

ISO 45001 defines the terms “continual improvement” as “recurring activity to enhance performance”. The standard further goes on explaining that in OH&S system enhancing performance corresponds to the application of the OH&S management system so as to attain improvement in overall OH&S performance consistent with the OH&S policy and OH&S objectives. Continual never mean continuous,Read More