OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor Course
COURSE DATE: 22-26 August 2011
Is your health and safety management system a true and fair reflection of the actual day-to-day status of your H&S in the company? Do you do fault finding, or fact finding? Is the H&S management system actually only a safety management system? Organisations around the world recognise the value of using management systems to control business risk and contribute to value adding. They rely on skilled professionals to assess the performance of their management practices to enhance efficiency and credibility. With increasing globalisation and competitiveness, it is more important than ever for organisations to use competent, certified auditors. Auditing is a pro-active approach to inform management of short-comings within the system towards legal compliance and OHSAS certification.
To equip candidates with knowledge and skill towards becoming a lead auditor within the OHSAS18001 auditing discipline.
At the end of this course the candidate will be able to:
· Prepare for, report on and carry out the follow up on Occupational Health and Safety audits.
· Have achieved the means to assess and improve his/her own Occupational Health and Safety management system.
· Describe the purpose of an OHS management system.
· Explain the scope and other criteria for OHS audits.
· Interpret OHSAS18001 requirements.
· Identify and assess Occupational Health and Safety risks.
· Plan and conduct audits against OHSAS18001 requirements in compliance with ISO19011.
· Prepare audit reports with valid and factual non-conformities that add value according to international audit report writing format.
· Conduct follow up Audits that include evaluating the effectiveness on corrective/preventive action.
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