OHSAS 45001:2018 Occupational Health and safety management Systems - Specifications

The ISO 45001:2018 occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) standard was published in March 2018, replacing the OHSAS 18001 management system standard. Publication of this new standard is part of a broader effort by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to update and align all of the specification standards for the management of Environmental, Energy, Health and Safety, and Quality (EEHSQ).

The objective of the ISO 45001 effort was to implement an international OHSMS standard to replace OHSAS 18001 (a British Standard developed by a coalition of registrars and used internationally). It included making structural changes in accordance with a model that is affecting all new ISO standards, addressing broader national and international OHS elements, and ensuring adherence to the basic principles of OHSAS 18001 (which include continual improvement).

This will ensure that your business practices the right methods and standards to give your employees a safe and secure time at work. If you have a business that is in the manufacturing, operating etc side of works, it would make sense to have a certification that ensures the safety of all your employees. There are a lot of occupational hazards that could be in place and you need to safeguard your employees from each one of them. We provide OHSAS 45001 Certification which show the commitment to the health and safety of employees, demonstrates your ability to manage risk & hazards associated with the activities and provide assurance to all concerned including customers and management that legal compliance is effectively mana



  • Improved corporate image and credibility among stake holders, regulators, customers, prospective clients and the public
  • Adoption of international best practice in relation to risk management
  • Ensures health and well-being of employees, sub-contractors and the public
  • Minimisation of liability of employers through adoption of proactive rather than reactive controls
  • Ensures legislative awareness and compliance
  • Reduces accident and incident rates by reducing and elimination workplace hazards
  • Improves the incident investigation process
  • Increases employee motivation through the provision of a safer workplace and participation process