Set your business apart with the largest Australian owned certification company, Best Practice. It shows interested parties and stakeholders your organization is committed to the safety of workers and providing a safe work environment. It is applicable to organisations of all sizes, industries or products and services it offers. Your system has to meet the minimum requirements before you can be certified. Here, we outline the steps to creating your occupational health and safety management system for certification. Read through the standard and familiarise yourself with the terminology.
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Set your business apart with the largest Australian owned certification company, Best Practice. It shows interested parties and stakeholders your organization is committed to the safety of workers and providing a safe work environment.
It is applicable to organisations of all sizes, industries or products and services it offers. Your system has to meet the minimum requirements before you can be certified. Here, we outline the steps to creating your occupational health and safety management system for certification. Read through the standard and familiarise yourself with the terminology.
Develop your management system according to the standard. For more information on this, have a look at our Trade Secrets. Perform a gap analysis to identify how ready you are to become certified. This will highlight any areas that need further development. Undergo the process of Certification.
Find more information on the process here. They are influential indicators that an organization has measures in place to reduce workplace injury and illness.
As part of our regulated requirements we need to get an understanding of your company before we can provide you with a quote. Once we have some details we may be able to discount this price significantly. Please contact us to find out more information. This can provide significant cost savings as you can reduce employee sick leave, compensation and insurance.
These requirements are broken down into clauses that provide the structure for your management system. Stage One: The mandatory first step is an assessment of your management system documentation to evaluate it against the standard, including policies, processes, management review records, scope and context.
It sets the basis for Stage Two. Stage Two: The stage two assessment is the final step of the initial certification process. To achieve certification, we need to check that the documented requirements of the standard are implemented across the business.
We visit your offices and sites, as well discuss your system with relevant people in your business. Surveillance assessments will need to be performed on a regular basis to maintain your certification.
Contact Us with any questions you may have, or to find out more about the certification process. Provide evidence for stakeholders - Enhance your reputation by providing formal recognition of your management processes to customers and interested stakeholders. How can I transfer my existing ISO certification? We will continue your current certification schedule, contact us for an obligation free quote. Why Best Practice? We work to understand your business We provide meaningful observations.
We provide you with support services We help grow and continually improve your business with training, webinars, YouTube videos and our industry magazine, Certified.
We have no hidden fees Our rates are all inclusive and transparent. Find out where the gaps are in your knowledge and reduce documents needed in your management system with our limited time offer! Fill out the form today and gain your access to these amazing free resources.
We get questions from clients who are confused with which safety system they should have. Organizations were also able to choose a system that meet the requirements of the intranational safety standard OHSAS Few who operated internationally asked to be certified under the international standard. Organisations that had a system were able to easily make the changes required to be certified under the international As such, any organisation which previously had should move to if they do not require for legislative or contractual reasons. The reason has not been withdrawn is that several states and territories still have it as a legislated requirement for tenders in certain spheres. Once this legislation is revoked in those states and territories, Standards Australia will be able to and shall, revoke
Safety Management Systems
Process 8 steps to certification Certification can be an extremely valuable asset to organisations. It can enable them to attract more clients, generate higher revenue, and build better customer confidence. In addition to this, some organisations require businesses to be certified to management standards in order to win tenders. We specialise in assisting organisations with developing and implementing management systems which put your business on the path to becoming certified. Frequently Asked Questions What industries do you work with?
AS/NZS 4801 or ISO 45001?
Occupational health and safety