|Type of Certification||New Certification|
|Type Of Industry||Any industry|
|Type Of Service Provider||Consulting Firm|
|Document Verification Mode||Online and offline|
|Mode Of Report||Hard Copy|
|Verification Mode||Door Step|
|Location Preference||Pan India|
|Service Location||Pan India|
OHSAS 1800:2007 occupational health and safety management system certification is a globally recognized standard that provides a framework to spot, control and reduce the risks related to health and safety inside the workplace.
A large number of organizations have acquired the OHSAS 18001 certification as they are under constant pressure to ensure that a rigorous health and safety policy is in place which protects employees against possible occupational risks and reduces the likelihood of accidents in the workplace. .
The OHSAS occupational health and safety management system requires the following to be in place in the organization for the certification:
· A proper definition of the OHSAS and the scope of the OHSAS within the organization.
· Creation of an OHSAS policy.
· Procedure for the on-going identification of hazards, assessments of risks and determination of the necessary controls.
· A procedure in place for describing how legal information is identified and accessed.
· Outlined importance of a process to manage OHSAS programs with objectives & targets which are consistent with the policy determined.
· Distribution of roles and responsibilities of the Upper Management regarding health and safety.
· Training for the staff performing specific tasks.
· Outlined necessary procedures for internal & external communications.
· OHSAS documentation requirements in electronic or paper form.
Benefits to the organization:
· Undergoing the training can potentially improve the corporate image and credibility among stakeholders, regulators, customers, prospective clients and the public.
· It can ensure the adoption of international best practice concerning risk management.
· It ensures the health and well-being of employees, sub-contractors and the public.
· Minimisation of liability of employers through the adoption of proactive rather than reactive controls.
· Ensures legislative awareness and compliance.
· The training reduces accident and incident rates by reducing or eliminating workplace hazards.
· It improves the incident investigation process.
· It increases employee motivation through the provision of a safer workplace and participation process