Transition from OHSAS18001:2007 into ISO 45001 and the Integration with New Versions of ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015

Lead author: Rodolfo Rhoden Jimenez       Year: 2015      

Publication Abstract

General administration throughout history has sought the planning; organization, management and control are fulfilled accurately. Subsequently, with the introduction of Continuous Improvement Cycle by Edward Deming (Plan-Do-Check, which improved to Plan, Do, Check, Act) it has tried to make the continuous improvement a viewpoint in the business environment. Simplifying actions has been one of its main objectives. The same applies to quality, care or protection of the environment and of course, health and safety of people. This has resulted in in that management systems have become the most modern known and accepted form to make effective prevention, aimed at providing sustainability to companies and organizations in general using good management practices. The following presentation will assess recent changes, which are happening now related Occupational Safety and Health management systems. After presented the first international standard ISO 45001 (available for 2016) as an evolutionary step from OHSAS 18001 Standard: 2007, which represents the reference standard on this topic for organizations worldwide. Likewise, we take into consideration how this new standard ISO 45001 will maintain an harmonized structure with the latest versions of management systems ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 14001: 2015 which enhances develop an integrated implementation in what is known as HSEQ or EHSQ.


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  • Publication type:

    • Conference materials
  • Other authors:

    • Rodolfo Rhoden Jimenez
    • Camilo José Cela