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ISO 45001 is here!
Dear friends and colleagues - welcome to the ISO newsletter!
This edition is dedicated to the world’s first International Standard for occupational health and safety – ISO 45001!
Firstly, we get an overview of the standard from the experts who developed it and cover what you need to know to get started in your business. We then go into detail about the state of workplace safety around the world and how ISO 45001 can be a game changer for millions of workers everywhere.
We also talk to UK manufacturers association EEF about workplace health and safety in the manufacturing industry. Last but not least, we give an overview of the difference between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 and how to migrate to the new standard effectively.
ISO 45001 – All you need to know
Every day, thousands of lives are lost due to work accidents or fatal diseases linked to work activities. These are deaths that could and should have been prevented, and must be in the future. ISO 45001 aims to help organizations do just that. Here, Kristian Glaesel and Charles Corrie tell us how the new standard will bring safety to the front line.
Our world with ISO 45001
Whether it’s a failure to protect workers against toxic chemicals, or a sleep-deprived employee getting into a fatal car accident, millions of people are hurt or killed at work each year. Now, with the arrival of the world’s first International Standard on occupational health and safety, many such incidents can be prevented. Uncover why ISO 45001 has the potential to be a real game changer for millions of workers (and workplace health hazards) around the world.
Toward a healthier manufacturing industry
Workplace health and safety hazards can be costly (to lives and the bottom line), but the good news is that they are largely preventable if the right precautions are taken. Here, EEF representative Mike Denison explains.
Let the migration begin
Migrating from OHSAS 18001 to the new International Standard ISO 45001 may have its challenges, but with careful planning, checking and commitment, organizations, their employees and all stakeholders will enjoy the benefits of improved health and safety management systems.
Health and safety at work –
Are you ready for ISO 45001?
Whether you are an employee, a manager or a business owner, you share a common goal – you don’t want anyone to get hurt on the job. Learn how to reduce workplace hazards and protect the health and safety of people in the workplace in this edition of ISOfocus.
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