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  • EQMS reduces the compliance burden associated with various Standards and Regulations.

    ISO DIS 45001Major Clauses & Explanations

    9001, 14001,45001, 15189

    View the Major Clauses from the

    New ISO DIS 45001 Draft

    International Standard to Get

    Prepared For the NEW Standard

    Due in October 2016.

    Please note, this resource has been provided in goodwill.

    Download the ISO 45001 Toolkit: quality.eqms.co.uk/iso-45001-toolkit

    http://quality.eqms.co.uk/iso-45001-toolkit
  • Contents

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    Page 3: Context of the Organisation

    Page 4 - 6: Leadership and Worker Participation

    Page 7 - 11: Planning

    Page 12- 14: Support

    Page 15 -16: Operation

    Page 17 19: Performance Evaluation

    Page 20 21: Improvement

    The draft of the new international OH&S standard, ISO 45001 has been published and it open for public comment.

    Although the draft will likely undergo a number of changes before it is scheduled to be published in October 2016, it provides some insight into what to expect and some key ideas on how to prepare.

    This resource has been provided in goodwill by Qualsys Ltd.

    If you wish to provide comments and feedback about the standard, please see here.

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    Clause 4: Context of the Organisation

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    The organization

    will have to

    consider all

    internal and

    external issues

    relevant to its

    OH&S

    Management

    System.

    This clause

    emphasises the

    workers and

    interested parties

    and their needs

    and expectations.

    4.1: Understanding the Organisation and its Context:

    The organisation shall determine external and internal issues that are relevant to its purpose and that affect its ability to achieve the intended outcome(s) of its OH&S management system.

    4.2: Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties

    The organisation shall determine:

    a) The other interested parties, in addition to its workers, that are relevant to theOH&S management system;

    b) The relevant needs and expectations (i.e. requirements) of workers and theseother interested parties;

    c) Which of these needs and expectations become applicable legal requirements andother requirements.

    4.3: Determining the Scope of the OH&S Management System

    The organization shall determine the boundaries and applicability of the OH&Smanagement system to establish its scope.

    When determining this scope, the organization shall consider :

    a) Consider the external and internal issues referred to in 4.1;

    b) Take into account the requirements referred to in 4.2;

    c) Take into account the work related activities performed.

    Once the scope is defined, the OH&S management system shall include activities, productsand services within the organizations control or influence that can impact theorganizations OH&S performance.

    The scope shall be available as documented information.

    4.4 OH&S Management System

    The organization shall establish, implement, maintain and continually improve an OH&Smanagement system, including the processes needed and their interactions, in accordancewith the requirements of this International Standard.

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  • Clause 5: Leadership and Worker Participation

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    Clause 5 includes

    participation and

    consultation.

    Compared to

    OHSAS 18001, it

    elaborates in

    greater detail on

    what this process

    should look like.

    By adding what

    the process

    should look like to

    the leadership

    section, it

    emphasises the

    responsibility of

    top management

    for the process.

    5.1 Leadership and Commitment:

    Top management shall demonstrate leadership and commitment with respect to the OH&S management system by:

    a) Taking overall responsibility and accountability for the protection of workerswork-related health and safety.

    b) Ensuring that the OH&S policy and related OH&S objectives are established andare compatible with the strategic direction of the organization.

    c) Ensuring the integration of the OH&S management system processes andrequirements into the organizations business processes;

    d) Ensuring that the resources needed for to establish, implement, maintain andimprove the OH&S management system are available;

    e) Ensuring active participation of workers, and where they exist, workersrepresentatives, using consultation and the identification and removal ofobstacles or barriers to participation;

    f) Communicating the importance of effective OH&S management and ofconforming to the OH&S management system requirements.

    g) Ensuring that the OH&S management system achieves its intended outcome(s);

    h) Directing and supporting persons to contribute to the effectiveness of the OH&Smanagement system

    i) Ensuring and promoting continual improvement of the OH&S managementsystem to improve OH&S performance by systematically identifying and takingactions to address nonconformities, opportunities, and work related hazards andrisks, including system deficiencies;

    j) Supporting other relevant management roles to demonstrate their leadership asit applies to their areas of responsibility;

    k) Developing, leading and promoting a culture in the organization that supports theOH&S management system.

    NOTE: Reference to business in this International Standard can be interpreted broadly tomean those activities that are core to the purposes of the organizations existence.

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    Clause 5: Leadership and Worker Participation

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    EQMS Modules

    support

    organisations to

    manage roles,

    responsibilities,

    accountabilities

    and authorities.

    Download

    Datasheets for

    More information:

    5.2 Leadership and Commitment:

    Top management shall establish, implement and maintain an OH&S policy in consultationwith workers at all levels of the organization (see 5.3 and 5.4) that

    a) Includes a commitment to provide safe and healthy working conditions for theprevention of work-related injury and ill health and is appropriate to the purpose,the size and context of the organization and to the specific nature of its OH&Srisks and OH&S opportunities;

    b) Provides a framework for setting the OH&S objectives.

    c) Includes a commitment to satisfy applicable legal requirements and otherrequirements;

    d) Includes a commitment to the control of OH&S risks using the hierarchy ofcontrols (see 8.1.2);

    e) Includes a commitment to continual improvement of the OH&S managementsystem (see 10.2) to enhance the organizations OH&S performance;

    f) Includes a commitment to participation, i.e. the involvement of workers, andwhere they exist, workers representatives, in the decision-making processes inthe OH&S management system .

    The OH&S policy shall:

    Be available as documented information;

    Be communicated to workers within the organization;

    Be available to interested parties, as appropriate;

    Be reviewed periodically to ensure that it remains relevant and appropriate.

    5.3 Organisational Roles, Responsibilities, Accountabilities and Authorities:

    Top management shall ensure that the responsibilities, accountabilities and authorities forrelevant roles within the OH&S management system are assigned and communicated at alllevels within the organization and maintained as documented information. Workers ateach level of the organization shall assume responsibility for those aspects of OH&Smanagement system over which they have control.

    Top management shall assign the responsibility and authority for:

    a) Ensuring that the OH&S management system conforms to the requirements ofthis International Standard

    b) Reporting on the performance of the OH&S management system to topmanagement.

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    Clause 5: Leadership and Worker Participation

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    A.5.4:

    Removing barriers to

    participation, or

    reducing them to a

    minimum when

    removal is not

    possible, is essential

    if the OH&S

    management system

    is to be effective.

    Feedback in the

    OH&S management

    system is dependent

    upon worker

    participation. The

    organisation should

    ensure workers at all

    levels are

    encouraged to report

    hazardous situations,

    so that preventive

    measures can be put

    in place and

    corrective action

    taken.

    EQMS Audit Manager

    is used to support

    workers to quickly

    escalate issues.

    5.4 Participation and Consultation:

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