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    ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System - Lead Auditor

    Course Summary
    • ISO 45001:2018 “Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems“ details the processes that enable an organization to achieve its OH&S objectives.
    • ISO 19011:2018 “Guidelines For Auditing Management Systems” guides auditing management systems, including the principles of auditing, managing an audit program, and conducting management system audits, also guides the evaluation of competence of individuals involved in the audit process.
    • This new standard replaced OHSAS 18001 and follows the approach of other management systems, such as ISO 14001 and ISO 90001.
    • ISO 45001 is based on certain aspects of OHSAS 18001, it is a distinctive new standard, not a revision or update.
    • In this course, delegates will learn to perform an audit of the OH&S MS as per the requirements of the ISO 45001:2018 following the ISO 19011:18 guidelines. 
    Course Objective
    • Explain the purpose and benefits of an OH&S Management System.
    • Learn the key principles and practices of effective OH&S MS audits following ISO 19011:18 Guidelines.
    • Describe the purpose of an ISO 45001:2018  audit and how to satisfy third-party certification.
    • Gain the knowledge and skills required to undertake and lead a successful OH&S management systems audit.
    • Explain the role of an auditor to plan, conduct, report, and follow up on an audit following ISO 19011:2018 "Guidelines for auditing management systems".
    • Gain the skills to plan, conduct, report, and follow up an audit by ISO 19011:2018.
    • Day 1 
    • Course Overview
    • Fundamentals of OH&S Management System 
    • Benefits and challenges of implementing an OH&S Management System 
    • Risk-Based Approach (RBA) and Process Thinking Approach 
    • The Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) model
    • Auditing Culture in the Organization
    • International Regulations and Resources 
    • Difference between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 Standards. 
    • A brief history of the ISO 45001 Standard
    • Clause-by-Clause Analysis of ISO 19011:2018 
    0. Introduction
    1. Scope
    2. Normative References
    3. Terms and definitions
    1. Scope
    2. Normative References
    3. Terms and definitions

    • Workshop: Auditing Culture of the Organization - Self-assessment
    •  Activity: Personal Action Plan
    • Clause-by-Clause Analysis of ISO 19011:2018
    • 4. Principles of Auditing
    • a) Integrity
    • b) Fair presentation
    • c) Due to professional care
    • d) Confidentiality
    • e) Independence
    • f) Evidence-based approach
    • g) Risk-based approach
    • Internal and External Issues affecting the performance of the auditors.
    • Identifying the risks linked to the principles of auditing
    • The area of influence of the audit team.
    • SWOT Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats to achieve OH&S MS desired outcomes.
    • Workshop: SWOT Analysis performed by the audit team - Self-assessment
    • Activity: Personal Action Plan
    1. Scope
    2. Normative References
    3. Terms and definitions
    1. Scope
    2. Normative References
    3. Terms and definitions
    Workshop: Auditing Culture of the Organization - Self-assessment
     Activity: Personal Action Plan
    Clause-by-Clause Analysis of ISO 19011:2018
    4. Principles of Auditing
    a) Integrity
    b) Fair presentation
    c) Due to professional care
    d) Confidentiality
    e) Independence
    f) Evidence-based approach
    g) Risk-based approach
    Internal and External Issues affecting the performance of the auditors.
    Identifying the risks linked to the principles of auditing
    The area of influence of the audit team.
    SWOT Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats to achieve OH&S MS desired outcomes.
    Workshop: SWOT Analysis performed by the audit team - Self-assessment
    Activity: Personal Action Plan

    1. Scope
    2. Normative References
    3. Terms and definitions
    1. Scope
    2. Normative References
    3. Terms and defin
    itions
    • Workshop: Auditing Culture of the Organization - Self-assessment
    •  Activity: Personal Action Plan
    • Clause-by-Clause Analysis of ISO 19011:2018
    • 4. Principles of Auditing
    • a) Integrity
    • b) Fair presentation
    • c) Due to professional care
    • d) Confidentiality
    • e) Independence
    • f) Evidence-based approach
    • g) Risk-based approach
    • Internal and External Issues affecting the performance of the auditors.
    • Identifying the risks linked to the principles of auditing
    • The area of influence of the audit team.
    • SWOT Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats to achieve OH&S MS desired outcomes.
    • Workshop: SWOT Analysis performed by the audit team - Self-assessment
    • Activity: Personal Action Plan

    Day 2
    Day 1 Review
    5. Managing and Audit Programme
    5.1 General
    5.2 Establishing audit program objectives
    5.3 Determining and evaluating audit program risks and opportunities
    5.4 Establishing the audit program
    5.4.1 Roles and responsibilities of the individual(s) managing the audit program
    5.4.2 Competence of individual(s) managing audit program
    5.4.3 Establishing the extent of the audit program
    5.4.4 Determining audit program resources

    • SMART Objectives - Leading and Lagging performance indicators. 
    • Workshop: Audit Programme Objectives -  Self-assessment
    • Activity: Personal Action Plan
    • 5.5 Implementing audit program
    • 5.5.1 General
    • 5.5.2 Defining the objectives, scope, and criteria for an individual audit
    • 5.5.3 Selecting and determining audit methods
    • 5.5.4 Selecting audit team members
    • 5.5.5 Assigning responsibility for an individual audit to the audit team leader
    • 5.5.6 Managing audit program results
    • 5.5.7 Managing and maintaining audit program records
    • 5.6 Monitoring audit program
    • 5.7 Reviewing and improving the audit program
    • Workshop: Audit team competencies -  Self-assessment
    • Activity: Personal Action Plan

    Day 3
    Day 2 Review
    6. Conducting an audit
    6.1 General
    6.2 Initiating audit
    6.2.1 General
    6.2.2 Establishing contact with auditee
    6.2.3 Determining feasibility of audit
    6.3 Preparing audit activities
    6.3.1 Performing review of documented information
    6.3.2 Audit planning
    6.3.2.1 Risk-based approach to planning
    6.3.2.2 Audit planning details
    6.3.3 Assigning work to audit team
    6.3.4 Preparing documented information for audit
    Workshop: Risk-based approach to planning - Self-assessment
    Activity: Personal Action Plan
    6.4 Conducting audit activities
    6.4.1 General
    6.4.2 Assigning roles and responsibilities of guides and observers
    6.4.3 Conducting opening meeting
    6.4.4 Communicating during the audit

    • Communication: definitions, audiences, strategies, plans, resources, and monitoring.
    • Opening meeting: agenda, conditions, inputs, and outputs. 
    • Workshop: Conducting opening meeting Self-assessment
    • Activity: Personal Action Plan

    Day 4
    Day 3 Review
    6.4.5 Audit information availability and access
    6.4.6 Reviewing documented information while conducting an audit
    6.4.7 Collecting and verifying information
    6.4.8 Generating audit findings
    6.4.9 Determining audit conclusions
    6.4.9.1 Preparation for closing meeting
    6.4.9.2 Content of audit conclusions
    6.4.10 Conducting closing meeting
    6.5 Preparing and distributing audit report
    6.5.1 Preparing audit report
    6.5.2 Distributing audit report
    6.6 Completing audit
    6.7 Conducting audit follow-up

    • Evidence: definition, requirements, managing different types of evidence.
    • Interviews: roles and responsibilities, techniques and tools, recording results. 
    • Feedback: communicating results with a proactive approach.
    • Closing meeting: agenda, conditions, inputs, and outputs. 
    • Follow-up: procedure and expected results.
    • Workshop: Conducting interviews -  Self-assessment
    • Activity: Personal Action Plan

    Day 5
    Day 4 Review
    7.0 Competence and evaluation of auditors
    7.1 General
    7.2 Determining auditor competence
    7.2.1 General
    7.2.2 Personal behavior
    7.2.3 Knowledge and skills
    7.2.3.1 General
    7.2.3.2 Generic knowledge and skills of management system auditors
    7.2.3.3 Discipline and sector-specific competence of auditors
    7.2.3.4 Generic competence of audit team leader
    7.2.3.5 Knowledge and skills for auditing multiple disciplines
    7.2.4 Achieving auditor competence
    7.2.5 Achieving audit team leader competence
    7.3 Establishing auditor evaluation criteria
    7.4 Selecting appropriate auditor evaluation method
    7.5 Conducting audit evaluation
    7.6 Maintaining and improving auditor competence

    • Visible Behavior: Leadership, Commitment, and Accountability.
    • Responsibilities Matrix and Accountability Matrix.
    • Competences Chart: Definitions, levels, assessment criteria, career path.
    • Workshop: Competences Self assessment  
    • Activity: Personal Action Plan
    • Annex A (informative) Additional guidance for auditors planning and conducting audits
    • Annex SL The high-level structure for modern ISO standards
    • High-Reliability Organizations (HRO’s) 
    • The certification process 
    • Course Summary
    • Personal Action Plans Review
    • Closure of the course

    • Anyone with the need to audit an organization's ISO 45001:2018 OH&S MS according to the ISO 19011:2018 guidelines.


    Topics Covered

    • Fundamentals of Management System (QMS, OH&S, EMS)
    • The Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle.
    • Difference between OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 Standards.
    • ISO 45001:2018 framework, terms and definitions, processes and resources.
    • ISO 19011:2018 framework, terms and definitions, processes and resources.
    • The process flow for the management of an audit program.
    • Communication Management: Meetings, reports, and learned lessons
    • The Audit Team: roles, responsibilities, activities, competencies, training, and continual improvement.



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