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The new international health and safety standard ISO 45001:2018 was published in March 2018 and organisations have three years to migrate from the old OHSAS 18001:2007 system.

Learn how to lead an audit to this new health & safety standard ISO 45001. ISO 45001:2018 is the first international standard addressing the requirements for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. It follows on from the successful British Standard OHSAS18001, with updates including adoption of the Annex SL High Level Structure (already noted in standards such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001).

This FIVE-DAY course provides an understanding and knowledge of auditing health and safety management systems to third party standards. You learn to build on the skills of how to plan, structure and conduct an effective audit and to evaluate and communicate the findings. The course is designed to follow the stages in a live audit, including simulated audit interviews and role play.

The course has been certified by the UK International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA) in partnership with SEQM (ref: 1958) and fulfils the IRCA training requirements for registration as a 3rd-party OHS management systems auditor. There is an examination on the last day, and a certificate will be issued on successful completion of the course.

This course is ideally suited for those with an existing knowledge of the ISO 9001:2008 standard and who need to understand the implications of the revisions to the standard that will become effective by the end of 2015.

Annex SL, the new high level structure and common text for all new and revised ISO standards, is the single biggest change to the ISO 9001:2015 document. With the move to a risk management focused management system, managers and those implementing ISO 9001:2015 need to understand the implications for their business. This one-day course is designed to provide an understanding of the requirements and the impact and benefits a risk management based system can bring to your organization.

This two-day programme provides a thorough understanding of the ISO 9001:2015 standard including its inherent value and limitations and also how it may be interpreted and effectively applied within your organisation.

In order that a quality management system can fulfil its potential it is essential that it is regularly monitored. This is an intensive two-day course which demonstrates an efficient and productive approach to conducting their ISO 9001 internal audit. Auditing techniques will be used which are compatible with both ISO 9001 and ISO 19011 and delegates will benefit from learning how to plan, perform and report on an audit and how to take appropriate corrective and follow up action.

This FIVE-DAY course provides an understanding and knowledge of auditing quality management systems to third party standards. The objective of an audit is not fault finding, but to identify opportunities for improvement. You learn to build on the skills of how to plan, structure and conduct an effective audit and to evaluate and communicate the findings. The course is designed to follow the stages in a live audit, including simulated audit interviews and role play closing meetings.

This course is certified by IRCA (Ref: A17118 The International Register of Certificated Auditors) through our Training Partner SEQM and meets the training requirements only for individuals seeking registration as a Lead Auditor under the IRCA Auditor Registration Scheme. The requirements include an examination and a certificate is issued on completion of the course.



Learn how to use the Lean methodology at an in-depth level to develop and improve services. The course is divided into four modules: core skills, redesigning services, implementing service improvement, and events and programmes.

Do you know the size of your organization's carbon footprint? How about the amount of kilowatts your computers use on a daily basis? If you don't know these stats right now, there's a good chance you'll have to in the near future. It's good business today, and it's going to form a large part of tomorrow's regulatory environment.

The European community is pursuing regulation on the ecologically friendly design of energy-using products (EuPs) through Directive 2005/32/EC and it will also require manufacturers to go back to the energy used when extracting the raw materials needed to make its product, including all subassemblies and components.

This course teaches workers how to tackle Climate Change from a business perspective through the use of case studies and covering all current and relevant legislation.

The effective and timely identification, measurement, mitigation and management of Risk has become one of the most important governance issues for organisations. This is even more important for organisations that have a high public visibility in terms of their role and function.

The proposed program considers Risk from a 'practical application' perspective; it is light on academic theory but heavy on strategic and operational application. The delivery style is discursive and interactive using focused scenarios to enhance applicability. To this end the facilitator will gladly sign a non-disclosure agreement that will allow focused discussion which will enhance engagement and learning.

The course draws on the Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS ISO 31000-2009 Risk Management - Principles and Guidelines (previously AS/NZS 4360) and it is particularly valuable for organizations wishing to bring senior individuals together to focus on the key business management risk issues.

This TWO DAY course examines the creation of a risk assessment and management system, and draws on the Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS ISO 31000-2009 Risk Management - Principles and Guidelines (previously AS/NZS 4360).

The framework for the course is a detailed examination of a methodology for examining many different types of management risk, and the workshops to illustrate these various technical topics. The single framework simplifies the technical areas (e.g. finance, environment, health & safety, information control), and assists with corporate governance requirements, including auditing and business continuity.

Corporate Governance requirements require that Directors and others are aware of the risks of their organization, and manage these accordingly. This consistent risk-based framework assists in these legal obligations.

A number of checklists and forms are included which enable those not familiar with the topic to immediately try out the techniques in their own organization.

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