Anyone who needs to understand the management of chemicals in a workplace should attend this session.
ISO 45001:2018, Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Requirements with guidance for use is now published.
The much anticipated International Standard is said to be a real game changer for millions of workers by providing usable guidance for improving worker safety in countries around the world.
ISO 45001 will replace OHSAS 18001, the world's former reference for workplace health and safety. Organisations who are already certified to OHSAS 18001 will have 3 years to comply to the new ISO 45001 standard.
David Smith, Chair of the Project Committee ISO/PC 283 that development ISO 45001 says “It is hoped that ISO 45001 will lead to a major transformation in workplace practices and reduce the tragic toll of work-related accidents and illnesses across the globe.”
Now is the time to contact us to get accredited. Be a workplace that is proactive in reducing workplace risks and creating a safer working environment.
The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) has just released new Worker’s Compensation Regulations. The Workers Compensation Regulation 2016 replaces the 2010 Regulation as of the 1st September 2016.
The 2016 Regulation:
- Excludes an “unused” 2010 provision allowing two or more employers to establish shared return-to-work programs.
- Has been updated to reflect post-2010 reforms to workers’ compensation and legal profession legislation.
- Accurately references other legislative instruments.
- Removes unnecessary clauses.Improves the wording of clauses where there was unclear interpretation.
- Incorporates amendments made to the 2010 Regulation earlier this year.
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