OHSAS 18000 Lead Auditor Training Material

OHSAS 18000 Lead Auditor Training Material

OHSAS 18000 lead auditor training material

OHSAS 18000 lead auditor training material has been designed considering the process approach methodology (P-D-C-A), to ensure the enhancement of competency of participants during the each stage Training course and meet the Exemplar Global (RABQSA) competency requirements. OHSAS 18000 lead auditor training material is designed to be presented in several ways: Classroom-based over 5 days full-time; Classroom-based as a series of part-time modules over a longer period; Blended as a combination of self-study and classroom-based learning. The entire class room training shall be interactive with the participation of candidate. During training many techniques (like – Case study, Workshops, Role play, Group Discussion & Home Exercise) are used to enhance the participant’s knowledge and skill. At the end of the training, the participant shall demonstrate his competency while auditing and implementing the Quality Management System in the organization.

The OHSAS 18000 lead auditor training material is flexible in course design. These criteria specify the requirements for training courses including the knowledge and skills to be covered during the course. It is recommended that students have a basic knowledge of OH&S issues and the requirements of the current version. The aim of this OHSAS 18000 lead auditor training material is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to perform audits of OH&S management systems to the current OHSAS 18000 standard in accordance with the standardization. OHSAS 18000 lead auditor training material helps the candidate to describe the purpose of an OH&S management system with reference to the PDCA model, including the principles, processes and techniques used for Occupational Safety, the assessment of risk and the significance of these in OH&S management systems, explain the scope of OH&S management system standards and, where applicable, other criteria like OH&S legislation etc. against which an OH&S audit could be performed and explain the role of an auditor to plan, conduct, report and follow up an OH&S management system audit in accordance with the ISO 19011. It helps them plan, conduct, report and follow up an OH&S management system audit in accordance with ISO 19011 and by interpreting the requirements of  OHSAS 18000.The training material is good for those who require a detailed knowledge of OHSAS 18000 ;Those who are involved in OHSAS 18000 assessments of suppliers and potential suppliers, such as management representatives, safety officers, engineers, and consultants; Person responsible for OHSAS internal audit function within the organization;

Top Management of the organization seeking for OHSAS 18000 certification and for those who want to become an OHSAS 18000 Auditor. At the end of the OHSAS 18000 lead auditor training, the candidate can understand and implement the OHSAS 18000 management system, explain the purpose, content and interrelationship of OHSAS 18000, OHSAS 18004 and ISO 19011, interpret the requirements of OHSAS 18000 in the context of an audit, describe the roles and responsibilities of OHS auditors and lead auditors,  and conduct OHSAS 18000 audit, which include OHS Audit Plan, OHS objective evidence finding, interviewing, observation, sampling and note taking, analyse and interpret information for OHS compliances, report the audit, writing valid reports; undertake OHS audit follow-up activities, including evaluating the effectiveness of corrective action.

 

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