ISO 45001 is the new standard in Occupational Health & Safety that provides a framework for organisations to continuously improve employee safety and reduce workplace risks, and replaces OHSAS 18001:2007.
As ISO 45001 is recently published in March 2018, a 3-year period has been allocated by IAF for the migration of existing certified clients from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001. All OHSAS 18001 certified clients must migrate to ISO 45001 by 13 March 2021.
GIC is offering training and certification services to facilitate all certified companies in the migration from OHSAS 18001:2007 to ISO 45001:2018
If you would like to find out more about what are the new requirements or how to achieve ISO 45001 certification for your organization, please feel free to contact us.
ISO 45001:2018 For Construction
The world’s rapid population growth and rampant urbanization have brought an increasing need for a high-quality, safe and sustainable built environment. In the
world of building and construction, ISO standards help codify international best practice and technical requirements to ensure buildings and other structures
(known as civil engineering works) are safe and fit for purpose.
Updated on a regular basis to account for climate, demographic and social changes, ISO’s standards for construction are developed with input from all
stakeholders involved, including architects, designers, engineers, contractors,owners, product manufacturers, regulators, policy makers and consumers.
ISO standards help to make the construction industry more effective and efficient by establishing internationally agreed design and manufacturing specifications and processes.
They cover virtually every part and process of
the construction project, from the soil it stands on to the roof.
ISO standards also provide a platform for new technologies and innovations that help the industry respond to local and global challenges related to demographic evolution, natural disasters, climate change and more.
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