OHSAS 18001: 2014 Occupational Health and Safety Management System Internal Auditor

Unlike the ISO 9000 & ISO 14000 series, OHSAS 18001 is not an ISO standard. Identifies requirements for occupational health and safety management system.

OHSAS 18001, today's conditions, especially in shipyards, construction, etc., based on labor force in the industry is often brought to the agenda with occupational accidents. In addition, it has become a necessity in internationally operating sectors such as aviation and automotive.

As a model,

OHSAS 18001 foresees that risks that may affect the health and safety of employees at work are kept under control. It is a system that protects the workers in the prevention of occupational diseases as well as occupational accidents. The system also protects the employer as sustainability. It ensures that legal regulations and controls are easily responded.

 

What are the advantages of OHSAS 18001?

 

Enables main manufacturers to advance ahead of their competitors in tenders and supplier evaluations
Increases profitability Integrates ISG activities into other activities to protect resources
Reduces compliance with national and world standards
Reduces legal problems and legal penalty risks.

Compliance with ISO 9001 Quality Management System & ISO 14001 Environmental Management System ensures improvement and efficiency
Contains proactive preventive approach due to not being reactive
Although it is not ISO standard, it is system based. It is based on documented management practices.