ISO45001

Communicating about your management system

  Communicating about your management system   At the time of writing, we have reached the end of the transition period from previous versions of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 to the 2015 edition. You have completed your transition, haven’t you? During that time the greatest emphasis has of course been on the headline changes…

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Introducing the new ISO 45001 OHS standard

Introducing the new ISO 45001 OHS standard This article by our sister organization Qudos Certification provides a basic introduction to the new standard. ISO 45001 is a new international standard that specifies requirements for an OHSMS (Occupational Health & Safety Management System). A management system based on its requirements can help your organizations to better…

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From commitment to leadership – ISO transition article relating to clause 5 in various ISO management system standards

From commitment to leadership  ISO transition article relating to clause 5 in various ISO management system standards This article is particularly relevant to organizations seeking to transition a quality, environmental, OHS, or information security management system to the latest standards. For a management system to be really successful, it needs to be inspired and led…

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Understanding the context of your organization – ISO transition article relating to clause 4 in various ISO management system standards

Understanding the context of your organization ISO transition article relating to clause 4 in various ISO management system standards   This article is particularly relevant to organizations seeking to transition a quality, environmental, OHS, or information security management system to the latest standards. In risk management, the first step has always been to establish the…

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Getting to the root of the problem

Getting to the root of the problem When problems occur in organisations, it is generally easiest to deal with the symptoms – for they are the immediately obvious aspects of the problem, and dealing with them is what gets recognition. So that’s exactly what we tend to do. If something doesn’t work, we fix it,…

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