Join Bureau Veritas and Whyy? Change for ISO 45001 seminar
May. 21 2019
With the three-year transition period for the new ISO 45001 international standard for Occupational Health & Safety Management now well under way, Bureau Veritas is continuing its support for organisations with a collaborative seminar in June.
We’ve teamed up with Whyy? Change consultancy, members of the Bureau Veritas consultants programme, to offer a free seminar focusing on ISO 45001 migration.
Launched in March 2018, ISO 45001 provides a framework to improve employee safety, reduce workplace risk and create better, safer working conditions. It replaces the previous OHSAS 18001 standard.
Organisations must achieve certification to the new standard by the end of the three-year transition period in March 2021 if they want to continue demonstrating certification and continuous improvement. Anyone responsible for health and safety or management systems must therefore understand the changes in order to plan for transition and achieve certification to ISO 45001 before this date.
Greg Elwell, certification technical manager for Bureau Veritas, will be joining certification and business change specialists from Whyy? to host the breakfast seminar, focusing on what you need to know about the new standard, how it differs from ISO 18001, the main concepts of ISO 45001 and best practice guidelines for the transition process.
The event will be held on Thursday 27 June from 8:30am until 12:30pm at Tankersley Manor Hotel in Barnsley.
To book your place for free, simply follow this link.