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ISO 9001 : 2008 QMS
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ISO 13485 :2003
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OHSAS 18001
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ISO 20000 : ISO/IEC 20000-

Integrates the process based approach of ISO's management system standard

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ISO 27000 : ISO/IEC 27001-

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ISO 26000 -
26000 standard giving guidance on social responsibility has taken a significant step forward with

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Introduction to OHSAS 18001

The OHSAS 18001 is the international Occupational Health and Safety Management System standard. These standards are applicable to companies of any size, but is especially relevant to companies with a large work force, manual and heavy work tasks, and/or high risk work environments. Targeting the health and safety of employees proves that you are actively working to ensure that your operations are safe both for your employees and the surrounding environment.

Originally created from the British Standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems BS 8800:1996, OHSAS 18001 is an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) management system specification. Developed by a group of certification bodies and various national standards organizations, OHSAS 18001 was designed to enable companies to control their OHS risks and demonstrate their commitment to provide a safe working environment, protect their employees, and improve their performance.

To obtain compliance, companies must first establish on OHS policy that illustrates the company's vision and commitment to health and safety. Any potential hazards must be determined and identified, and their risks assessed and controlled on an on-going basis. Tactics utilized should be defined and consistent. In order for an OHS management system to be implemented effectively, management should be ready to commit adequate resource to monitor activities and conduct internal audits to identify areas for improvement, ensuring the effectiveness of the OHS management system. Policies and procedures need to be identified and prepared in order to control operations, including emergency preparedness and response plans. Documentation should be accurate, up-to-date, easily accessible and properly controlled.







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