OHSAS/ISO 18001:2007 Occupational Health And Safety Management System

OHSAS/ISO 18001 specifies the minimum requirements for a best practice occupational health and safety management system, helping organizations to control their hazards and risks, while boosting their performance. This standard also assists companies with their planning and policy formation, while ensuring they comply with the latest health and safety requirements and legislation. It applies to organizations and enterprises of all types and sizes, and accommodates various geographical, cultural and social conditions.

Socotec Certification International (UKAS accredited) certificates are issued based on audits carried out by NVT auditors.

And QACS (JAS-ANZ, Australia accredited) certificates are issued based on audits carried out by NVT auditors.

Business Challenge

Organizations of all kinds are increasingly concerned about achieving and demonstrating sound Occupational Health and Safety performance to their shareholders, employees, clients and other stakeholders by managing the hazards and improving the beneficial effects of their activities, products and services. Increasingly, stringent legislation, the development of economic policies, human resources management and other measures are used to foster Occupational Health and Safety protection and welfare. A general growth of concern from stakeholders and other interested parties suggests a clear commitment to Occupational health and Safety is required.


What is OHSAS 18001?

OHSAS 18001 is an international standard giving requirements related to occupational health and safety management systems. It enables an organization to have control over, and knowledge of, all relevant hazards resulting from normal operations and abnormal situations, and improve its performance.

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

What is the meaning of OHSAS?
It means Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Specification
Is OHSAS 18001 being revised?
Not in near future.