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Find out how businesses can improve their Health & Safety program by implementing an ISO 45001 Management System.
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With the introduction of ISO 45001:2018, businesses certified to OHSAS 18001 will need to decide when they should upgrade to the new standard.
Tesco have been fined £116,000 and ordered to pay costs of more than £10,000 following an incident where an employee at their Highwoods store was injured.
The new ISO 45001:2018 Standard was officially published on March 12th, marking a turn in how industry will handle the safety of their employees.
ISO 45001 replaces the existing OHSAS 18001 Standard and migration requirements are being drawn up to help business transition before the 3 year window closes.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has recognised the impact that cyber attacks could have in increasing Health and Safety risks.
What changes can businesses expect from the new ISO 45001 International Standard.
ISO 45001 is due to be published towards the end of 2016 and will become the internationally recognised standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. It will replace OHSAS 18001 and other similar systems and comes with a range of additional benefits.