Tag Archives: iso 45001

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Updates to Standards – Quarter 1

The 2018 Quarter 1 issue of the Updates to Standards Newsletter is now published and includes articles on the following topics: ISO 20000-1:2017 ISO 45001 FDIS IATF Transition Planning Update on ISO 9001  The above article sourcing from DQS US website (https://dqsus.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Updates-to-Standards-Q1-2018.pdf). For more …
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DQS Compact announces ISO 45001 publication date! (Customer Journal No. 82)

This year’s first issue of DQS Group’s customer journal DQS Compact is just in time to announce the scheduled publication date of the new ISO 45001, which is going to replace BS OHSAS 18001 within the next three years, after having been under development for the last five! Read here about the contents, background and changes coming up for …
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ISO 45001: A new standard is born – step by slow step

Provided that the new standard for occupational health and safety, ISO 45001, will now be really be published in the first half of 2018, it will have been pretty much exactly five years since ISO made their decision in March 2013. A long time even for a comprehensive revision, even more so since it was built on top of the tried-and-tested foundation …
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A first Glance at ISO 45001, the OHSAS 18001 Successor: Changes & Timeline

Update This information has been updated on September 8, 2017, to reflect recent developments in the drafting procedure of ISO 45001. We will continue to update it as the publication date comes closer. ISO 45001, the international standard that will replace BS OHSAS 18001, has now reached the Draft International Standard (DIS) stage. The standard sets …
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Publication of ISO 45001 not expected until Spring 2018

The International Standard ISO 45001 will not appear in 2017 as anticipated. Since DIS 1 did not obtain the necessary approval of more than 75%, the International Committee decided in June 2016 that a second draft standard (DIS 2) was required. However, the revision of the current draft standard requires more time than originally planned. And a final …