Health and safety training

Are you happy with your Occupational Health and Safety Procedures? The role of a Health and Safety Management System is to prevent injury, death or ill health to those at work or affected by work activities.

A robust health and safety management system is vital in order to comply with the varying local legislation that is now in place. It is often a legal requirement to develop Health and Safety arrangements and policies. By implementing and continually improving a formal system such as OHSAS 18001, you will progress beyond being legally compliant and improve the operation of your Health and Safety Management Systems.

Training courses we offer

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ISO 45001 Appreciation and Interpretation

Learn how you can embed occupational health and safety management into your business and improve the occupational health and safety performance of your business, with consequential commercial benefits

ISO 45001 Auditor/Lead Auditor

Learn how you can perform audits against Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems in line with the new ISO 45001 requirements and satisfy the formal training requirements for IRCA auditor certification.

ISO 45001:2016 for Internal Auditors

Build on your existing occupational health and safety management system internal auditing experience and how the ISO 45001:2016 revisions affect you.

ISO 45001:2018 Internal Auditor

Learn how you can become an ISO 45001:2018 Internal Auditor by understanding the requirements of ISO 45001 and the business benefits it brings.

ISO 45001:2018 Lead Auditor Transition

Discover the elements of ISO 45001:2016 and how the revisions to this standard affect you. This course will also cover the Annex SL structure along with other requirements that are part of the new standard.

ISO 45001:2018 Update Workshop

You will discover what Annex SL is and its influence in shaping the future of all management systems standards including additional/changed requirements defined in ISO 45001:2018 when compared with OHSAS 18001:2007.