On successful completion, delegates will be competent to audit their own organization:
Interactive learning techniques are used to maximize delegate participation, including workshops designed to broaden the knowledge of system and audit applications.
Further, the delegate will be made aware of good current practices and be encouraged to develop constructive audit skills through analysis and self appraisal.
From an auditor's perspective, persons who should attend this course include:
OHSAS 18001:2007 is a management tool which can be used by an organization to better affect its occupational health and safety management policies and programmes.
It is essential for an organization to understand its performance against its requirements; and whenever possible, to identify opportunities for improvement. To achieve these objectives, an organization must set out to conduct internal reviews of itself. These are called internal audits.
Internal audits are mandated in OHSAS 18001:2007 through the clause 4.5.5.
The intent of this process is to ensure the organization's knowledge of itself and how it is performing to its requirements. This process is charged to the internal auditor, whether developed from within or hired from outside.
Success in the auditing process is characterized by reliance on a number of principles. These principles make the audit experience an efficient and reliable tool in support of management policies and controls, providing information on which an organization can act to improve its performance.
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