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ASSE Launches the ISO 45001 Certificate Program to Educate OSH Professionals on Implementation of the Standard
The final version of the ISO 45001 Standard is expected in the Fall of 2017. As administrator of the U.S. technical advisory group advising ANSI on the standard's development, ASSE is playing a lead role in shaping the standard's content, as well as leading the effort to educate OSH professionals about its components and practical applications. The Society will debut its ISO 45001 Certificate Program during SeminarFest 2017, February 9-16, in Las Vegas, NV.
This Certificate Program is designed to prepare safety professionals to implement the standard within their organizations. It is a blended learning seminar comprised of an online pre-seminar module and a two-day classroom seminar that will teach participants how to:
- Navigate the ISO 45001 standard document
- Tell business leaders a compelling story around the importance of adopting the standard
- Create an actionable plan for adoption of the standard
- Take active steps to manage your organization’s risk profile
- Assess the performance of your OHSMS, in relation to the ISO 45001 standard, and continuously improve your process
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What Will The ISO 45001 Mean For Me?
The proposed ISO 45001 Standard is potentially one of the most significant occupational safety and health voluntary national consensus to ever be promulgated. As an OSH Professional you work with safety management systems standard on an almost daily basis. This standard has the potential to move safety and health management forward on both a global level and in a country-by-country basis. As a professional it is imperative that you understand this standard, implementation, and implication for your company, colleagues, and clients. You will be in the position to advise and guide significant safety and health decisions in the near future.
Proposed Timeline for the ISO 45001 Standard