Guidance on Health and Safety at Work

What is ISO 45001?

ISO 45001 is the internationally recognised standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. Thousands of companies are certified to ISO 45001 to ensure that their company is performing the best health and safety practices to reduce accidents.

The most common workplace accidents are slips, trips and falls, muscle strains, and falling objects. ISO 45001 will implement strategies and provide guidance on keeping your employees safe which will benefit your company in many ways.

Being Compliant

ISO 45001 will help your company follow government legislations such as the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. This legislation is vital as it ensures that your employees are at less risk of being harmed whilst at their workplace by determining what hazards are in the workplace by establishing risks and implementing prevention strategies. The certification shows that your company is following acts like these which proves that you are remaining compliant by setting up things like risk assessments.

Being compliant will avoid costly fines and even avoid your company being shut down due to careless activity which could have been prevented in the first place.

Reduce Employee Absenteeism

Due to the protection of your employees, accidents are much less likely to happen. Common accidents such as slipping can be reduced with things like wet floor signs so training your employees to deal with potential hazards with help through ISO 45001 will reduce sick leave due to work accidents.

Identify and Reduce Risk

ISO 45001 aims to eliminate risks, to do this successfully, risk assessments are compulsory as the smallest thing could result in a rough accident. Checking rooms for fault plug sockets or wires that could be tripped on, or looking out for faulty equipment could save your company from a threatening injury and perhaps even a costly fine.

Getting Started with ISO

If you want to make safety a priority and ensure the safety of your employees and other stakeholders, then becoming certified in ISO 45001 is most definitely for you.

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