lead Auditor OHSAS 18001

overview
The information presented in this course forms the basis for a systematic and integrated approach to Occupational Health and Safety Management. It also enables participants to gain an understanding of the requirements of all the elements in OHSAS 18001:2007.The course examines the benefits of implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Management System and the compatibility of OH&S and Quality Management Systems.The program explains the significant features of an Occupational Health and Safety Management System and the terminology and methodology used in the OHSAS 18001:2007 Standards.

Course Objectives 
- Understand OHS laws, principles, codes of practices, and standards
- Identify OHS hazards that are reasonably expected to occur for that business type or industry
- Assess the risk of identified hazards in the context of the organisation’s OHS management system
- Assess the effectiveness of methodologies to control OHS hazards
- Assess the OHS roles and responsibilities within the context of the organisational environment
- Determine the adequacy and effectiveness of an OHS management system
- Understand the application of the principles, procedures and methods of auditing
- Prepare and complete the audit report

Who Should Attend
- Any professional responsible for developing and implementing OHS management systems based on OHSAS 18001:2007
- Auditors and lead auditors who are required to conduct internal/external audits.

Course Duration  5 Days - 40 hour
Code  MS/131