Health & Safety Management Systems - OHSAS 18001- 2007 Internal Auditor Course

Category : Specialist Programs
  • Course Duration2 days
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The OHSAS 18001:2007 specification is seen as a means to improve the overall health and safety legislative compliance and existing system arrangements. Internal auditing is one of the fundamental mechanisms for maintaining but also for developing and improving existing working practices within an organization. This IRCA registered course focuses delegates on the most important attributes of the OHSAS 18001:2007 management system and helps them to understand the role of the auditor in development and improvement of this system.

  • To enable delegates to effectively plan, perform, evaluate and report the results of internal health and safety audits and to help delegates understand the key attributes of a good health and safety management system and the role of the internal auditor in its continual improvement and development.
  • Health and safety awareness
  • Brief overview of current health and safety legislation
  • Structure and principles of the OHSAS 18001:2007 specification
  • Audit techniques
  • Auditor attributes and skills
  • NCRs and categorization
  • This course, combined with an OH&SMS Foundation Course, satisfies the formal training requirement for those wishing to register with the IRCA as an Internal OH&SMS Auditor. Successful delegates will be equipped with the technical skills and knowledge required to plan, conduct and report internal health and safety effectively. This course satisfies the formal training requirements for those wishing to register with the IRCA as an Internal Health and Safety Auditor.


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