How to get ISO 45001 certified?
ISO 45001 specifies requirements for such an Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Management System. These requirements will enable an organisation to develop policy, control its risks, and establish objectives and processes to achieve the policy commitments and take action as needed to improve its performance.
Demonstration of successful implementation of this OHSAS Standard, via Certification by a UKAS Accredited Body, can be used by businesses to assure their customers that an appropriate OHS Management System is in place. 45001 does not state specific Occupational Health & Safety performance criteria, nor does it give detailed specifications for the design of a management system, it is all about principles and effectiveness. While 45001 goes beyond the requirements of schemes such as CHAS and is recognised as the gold standard in relation to Health & Safety management, any controls that you have developed for the likes of CHAS will put you well on the way to tacking the requirements of ISO 45001.