Health and Safety Management Systems at Work
OHSAS 18001 was issued in 1999, revised in 2007, and is one of the most recognized international standards for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems.
The OHSAS 18001: 2007 / ELOT 1801: 2008 standards relate to the development of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems and are applicable to all
types of companies, businesses and organizations, regardless of their size and activity, to address the risks to Workers' Health and Safety and to reduce the risk.
Use of the certificate as a tool for compliance with legislative, regulatory, regulatory, and other standards and specifications on matters relating to the health and safety of workers
Improving working conditions and increasing employee efficiency, implying increased production and sustainability of the company
Providing protection and prevention services to reduce and eliminate accidents at work and occupational diseases
Identifying occupational hazards arising from the way the company operates and minimizing it
Configure a secure work environment for employees, business associates and business visitors
Commitment to continuously improve health and safety at work
Harmonization with the current legal framework and regulatory provisions
Ability to deal with emergencies
Improve the image of the business
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