Training

 

 

Training - ISO 45001:2018

 

1. General

 

To have credibility, accredited certification needs competent auditors. To be efficient and competitive, business and industry needs competent auditors. The purpose of our OH&S Management Systems Auditor Certification Program (ISO 45001 Program) is to provide confidence to accredited certification and to business and industry that auditors certified to this programme are competent. As part of the certification process we will evaluate you against requirements which reflect the key skills, knowledge and experience that define competence and which you, the OH&S auditor, need to have and demonstrate during an audit. The OH&S Programme is based on the auditing key standard:

 

BS OHSAS 18001 series

ISO 45001:2018

 

And the auditing guidance standard:

 

ISO 19011:2011, Guidelines for auditing management systems.

 

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Award of certification means that GPC has recognized that applicant understand and are competent (depending on the grade awarded) to:

 

• Uphold the principles of proper ethical conduct, fair presentation and due professional care
• Communicate clearly orally and in writing with personnel at all levels of an organization
• Plan and organize an audit of an OH&S
• Identify and understand relevant business processes
• Evaluate objective evidence and determine the effectiveness of an OH&S
• Report accurately audit findings and conclusions
• Lead the audit team and manage the audit process
• Audit a management process

 

 

2. Occupational Health and Safety System Auditor Requirements

 

1) Basic Requirements

 

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* The requirements of training certificate are as followings:

 

• Certificate of successful completion of applied management system lead auditor training course from GPC approved, which meet the procedure of training provider.
• Certificate of successful completion of applied management system lead auditor training course provider by ISO 17024 accredited as a personnel certification body.
• Certificate of successful completion of applied management system lead auditor training course from IRCA approved as a training provider.
• The training provider should implement the requirements either ISO 9001 or ISO 29990 in order to keep the quality management as a training provider.

 

 

2) Occupational Health and Safety System Auditor Scheme, Specific (Additional) Requirements

 

For accomplishing the specific task, an auditor must have particular personal attributes, knowledge and the skill to be able to apply the previous two in conducting an audit.

 

OHSAS management system auditor shall have knowledge and abilities in the following fields:

 

a. Principles of prevention, legal requirements
b. Other requirements related to health and safety at workplace or environment, e.g. contractual conditions, standards or non-regulatory guidelines related to the work environment, work equipment, personal protective equipment
c. The requirements of the applied occupational health and safety standard and of the guidelines for its application, including procedures, work instructions, plans, program
d. Identification of OSH hazards and effects on the exposed people (human injury or ill health), risk assessment methodologies, methods of controlling risks of incidents, statistics of accidents, good practices, results of studies and research;
e. Design of work area, processes, installations, machinery/work equipment, operating processes and world organization
f. Auditing principles, procedures and techniques.

 

Applicants for OHSAS auditor are required to demonstrate the following knowledge and competencies:

 

• Generic auditing skills as detailed earlier in this document
• OH&S management methods and techniques that enable you to examine OH&S management systems, and to generate appropriate audit findings and conclusions
• OH&S technical competencies, such as the management of risk, health and safety activities in the workplace, including chemical/physical/biological hazards; legal and organizational factors within the country or area of operation, etc
• Acceptable work experience would include:

 

 

A team leader must have additional knowledge and abilities for being capable to plan the audit and to efficiently use the resources, to represent the audit team in interactions with the client and the auditee, to organize and conduct the audit team, to prevent or solve the eventual conflicts and to prepare and finalize the audit report.

Experts provide consultation or advice to the auditors regarding particular technical aspects of operations or of legal requirements, standards, etc.

 

A person can obtain the necessary competencies and abilities to perform activities of auditing by a combination of education, training and experience. The competence of the auditor is essential in performing a good audit and in obtaining correct results for an audit.

 

The purpose of our OH&S Management Systems Auditor Certification program is to provide confidence to accredited certification and to business and industry that auditors certified to this program are competent.

 

As part of the certification process we will evaluate you against requirements which reflect the key skills, knowledge and experience that define competence and which you, the OH&S auditor, need to have and demonstrate during an audit.

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