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OHSAS 18001 Internal Auditor Course

2 days 1.6 CEU/RUs
Course #: J00503 Course Leader: Marty Jaeger Cost: $695

This highly interactive OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Auditor course provides the body of knowledge necessary to assist candidates in developing, conducting, improving and/or implementing OHSAS audit programs.  It teaches the strategies and tactics for planning, conducting, recording, and reporting results.
 

"Knowledge and skills related to safety management and the application of safety management methods, techniques, processes and practices should be sufficient to enable the auditor to examine the management system and generate appropriate audit findings and conclusions."

ISO 19011:2011

  we provide the auditing tools and techniques, including electronic handouts!1

1. Created in Microsoft Word® usage requires compliance with an end user license agreement (EULA). One copy provided for each organization attending.

During this 2-day course structured experiences, simulations, participative learning materials, learning activities and case studies - all provide learning by doing.

To demonstrate comprehension of audit terminology and definitions, knowledge of requirements, and/or to provide assurance that qualification requirements have been met; a test is provided at the end of the course.  If needed, re-takes are available free of charge.

This course is also filled with invaluable information and experiences gained from OHSAS 18001:2007 and RC14001 (includes OH&S) audits.  Numerous handouts are also presented to facilitate understanding and application.
 

"Auditing is characterized by reliance on a number of principles. These make the audit an effective and reliable tool in support of management policies and controls, providing information on which an organization can act to improve its performance."

ISO 19011:2011

AGENDA

•  The Process Audit Approach vs. the "Checklist Approach" with examples of both

•  Examining the ongoing control over the linkages between the administrative and support functions and operations

•  ISO 19011:2011 Guidelines for auditing management systems

•  Review of OHSAS 18001 requirements and OSHA Regulations (Standards-29 CFR) e.g., hazard communication, non contruction related fall protecion, etc.

•  Discussion as to why hazards be assessed as an environmental aspect as noted in OHSAS 18001 clause 4.3.1

•  Discussion of the impact of "health" having greater impact in the 2007 revision and the requirements for monitoring the effectiveness of controls (for health as well as for safety) in clause 4.5.1

•  Defining audit objectives, establishing the audit programme, correction, corrective action and follow-up

•  Adapting who, what, how and how many to audit planning

•  Internal audit determining whether the OH&S  management system is effectively implemented and maintained

•  Interactive group exercises

Auditing the OH&S management system

flow:

Hazards identified and risks assessed

Legal and other requirements

Objectives and programs established

Operational controls implemented

Performance monitored and measured

The Process-Audit Approach

How Course Attendees Will Benefit
  • After successfully completing the course they will satisfy the training requirements necessary to conduct OHSAS 18001 internal audits.
  • Review and exercises based on ISO 19011:2011 Guidelines for auditing management systems will have broadened their auditing knowledge and skills.
  • Interactive case studies will provide experience evaluating audit evidence to conclude audit findings
  • They will have gained a background in ISO 9000:2005 Quality management systems Fundamentals and vocabulary and the OHSAS:18001 requirements that will enable them to play a more influential role in improving OH&S performance.
Who Should Attend

This Course is intended for personnel who will lead, conduct, or participate in internal and supplier/subcontractor (first- and second-party) quality management system audits.
 

Dates and Locations

Upcoming dates

Course Materials Include

  • A comprehensive, colorfully illustrated, 50-page course workbook that includes interactive
    exercises; plus numerous handouts and case studies to provide hands-on understanding and application
  • A copy of OHSAS 18001:2007
  • A personal evaluation of the training results for each participant
  • A certificate for 'completing' or, for 'completing and passing' the course is awarded with 1.6 CEU/RUs.
Payment is required to confirm registration.

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