Webinar | ISO 45001:2018 Now Live

New health and safety standard ISO 45001:2018 now live

ISO 45001:2018 is the new international standard for occupational health and safety management systems and was published on 12 March 2018 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISO 45001 will replace OHSAS 18001, which has been widely adopted alongside a number of other national standards. Organisations certified to OHSAS 18001 will have three years to migrate to the new standard before OHSAS 18001 is withdrawn in March 2021.

This Webinar:

Join us to understand how the ISO 45001 standard will change the way occupational health and safety management systems are implemented and certified; our expert will cover:

  • The structure of the standard and key concepts of ISO 45001
  • The main differences between the requirements of OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001
  • The expected transition timeline and milestone events
  • Practical tips on how to prepare for the changes
  • ASZ/NZ 4801 and where does ISO 45001 fit?

Who should attend:

  • Health and safety managers
  • Management representatives
  • Members of management interested in understanding ISO 45001

Your Speaker: Damien Wallis

Abbas Zein

Our voice on environment, health and safety.

Damien has been working within the field of Environment, Health & Safety for over 18 years in a variety of roles including EHS Management, EHS Consultant and EHS auditor.

He has spent the past 10+ years at Lloyds Register assisting many organisations to implement and maintain robust EHS management systems and work practices that are in accordance with EHS Legislation and associated Codes of Practice & Australian Standards to improve EHS performance and reduce EHS risk.  

Damien is Degree qualified with tertiary units in OHS, Risk Management, Hazardous Materials, Toxicology/Hygiene and Environmental Management. Additionally, Damien has a Post Graduate Degree in Risk management, is an IRCA Registered Auditor (#1196068), has a Certificate IV in Workplace Training (Swinburne) as well as is trained in Incident Investigation & Reporting techniques.