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July 6, 2021

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Does your health and safety management system meet the requirements of ISO 45001?

If you’re looking to achieve ISO 45001 certification, a self-assessment will help you identify the areas to focus on.

Lloyds RegisterOccupational Health and Safety (OH&S) experts from assurance provider, Lloyd’s Register, have developed a free and easy-to-use online self-assessment tool that will give you an understanding of your readiness for certification with just 21 questions across the following six sections:

  • Context of the organisation
  • Needs and expectations of interested parties
  • Leadership and commitment
  • Worker participation
  • Risks and opportunities
  • Management of change and procurement.

On completion, you will receive a report that summarises the strengths and weaknesses of your management system that will enable you to make an informed decision on the level of support you need for certification success.

ISO 45001 can help you keep your workforce safe by reducing workplace related risks and providing a solid framework for the health, safety and wellbeing of your employees – irrespective of your organisation’s size, sector or geographical location. Certification will help you to demonstrate that you have a robust OH&S system in place, boosting your reputation with customers and employees alike.

It takes just a few minutes to register for LR’s ISO 45001 Self-Assessment Tool. It’s free of charge and once you sign-up you’ll receive instant access, so you can complete your self-assessment.

If you have any questions about the self-assessment, certification process or how LR can support your business, please contact the team on 0800 783 2179 or at [email protected]

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