What is ISO 45001 Training?
ISO 45001:2018 training is a program designed to equip auditors with the knowledge and skills required to audit against ISO 45001 or the Occupational Health & Safety Management System Standard (OHSMS).
Why is ISO 45001 Training Important?
Training of personnel is fundamental to successfully implementing and maintaining an Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
A well-maintained OHSMS, in turn, can lead to improved ability to respond to regulatory compliance issues, reduced cost of OH&S incidents, and improved scoring in pre-tender documents among other things.
How to get ISO 45001 Training?
You can normally get ISO 45001 training via conventional classroom-based ISO 45001 training courses. That said, those usually limit you to two choices. One is a 2-day internal auditor course and the other is a 5-day lead auditor course.
This can make selecting an appropriate ISO 45001 auditor course a bit challenging. Fortunately, there are no such restrictions when it comes to our
e-learning-based Courses. Because you now have more choices, you can find a course that is specifically designed for your needs.
What is e-learning?
The conventional e-learning method is to deliver a lesson, often very attractive and interesting in itself, but then NOTHING. Little learning takes place. Frequently the lesson is no more than videos requiring no active participation.
However, with deGRANDSON, we take a very different approach to training in order to engage your interest, explore the topic in different ways, and ensure that significant learning occurs – experiential learning.
What are my ISO 45001 Training Course Options?
There are 8 Auditor Courses for ISO 45001 Training to choose from. You can learn more about them below.
How to Enroll in an ISO 45001 Training Course?
deGRANDSON offers a wide selection of ISO 45001 training courses delivered with the help of our Learning Management System. You can choose which browser or device you want to use for learning as well as when and where you want to do it. Check out our enrollment FAQs to see the step-by-step process.
ISO 45001:2018 replaces OHSAS 18001, which was withdrawn directly upon publication of the ISO Standard.