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2018 Webinar – ISO 45001: Migration and Integration

2018 Webinar - ISO 45001: Migration and Integration

ISO 45001: Migration and Integration – Second Additional Live Webinar Now Available

Due to popular demand, we have scheduled an additional live webinar on ISO 45001: Migration and Integration.

The first International Standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems has been published. The Standard was developed to address the increasing number of work related injuries, illnesses and deaths worldwide.

ISO 45001 will replace OHSAS 18001, and is also anticipated to replace AS/NZS 4801. Be sure your business is ready to migrate by attending SAI Global’s upcoming webinar, presented by leading expert Andrew Thornhill.

This informative and interactive webinar will cover:

  • High level overview of ISO 45001
  • What does ISO 45001 mean for businesses with AS/NZS 4801 or OHSAS 18001
  • The value of undertaking certification to ISO 45001
  • What’s new compared to existing OHS Standards?
  • Preparing for your migration audit
  • How to integrate ISO 45001 with your existing management systems

First Session – at capacity

Date Tuesday 20 March 2018
Time 1:00pm – 2:00pm AEDT

Second Session – Don’t miss out

Date Friday 23 March 2018
Time 10:00am – 11:00am AEDT


Meet your presenter

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 for the second session please click HERE

Please note the first webinar has reached its capacity, all registration will be for the second session

This webinar is run in proud partnership with SAI Global

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