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2017 Webinar – FDIS ISO 45001: Developing and implementing an action plan

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2017 Webinar - FDIS ISO 45001: Developing and implementing an action plan

FDIS ISO 45001: Developing and implementing an action plan Webinar

FDIS ISO 45001: Developing and implementing an action plan

To ensure your business has all the information and tools to be fully prepared for ISO 45001, SAI Global and the NSCA Foundation are pleased to invite you to our upcoming webinar, FDIS ISO 45001: Developing and Implementing an Action Plan.

With the expected release of the Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) for ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management systems arriving on 30 November, it’s time to ensure your business is ready to migrate to the new Standard. ISO 45001 is planned to be published February 2018.

This informative and interactive webinar, presented by Andrew Thornhill, will provide a short and practical overview of the following aspects of the new international safety Standard ISO 45001.

This webinar will cover:

  • The value of undertaking certification to ISO 45001
  • Why choose ISO 45001?
  • What’s new compared to existing OHS Standards?
  • How to transition to ISO 45001
Date Tuesday 12 December 2017
Time 12:00pm – 1:00pm AEDT
Cost FREE

 

Meet your presenter

 

Andrew
Andrew Thornhill
Andrew is an expert in risk and compliance management frameworks with over 20 years’ experience. As director of IRM Systems, he provides expert advice on systems, compliance and risk to a diverse client base across a range of industries. Andrew will present this informative and interactive webinar to provide a short and practical overview of the following aspects of the new international safety Standard ISO 45001.

To register please click on the link HERE

This webinar is run in proud partnership with SAI Global
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