In order to create a successful ISO 45001 management system, you need a firm commitment from management and the engagement of your workforce – but even that may not be enough. The right technology can take a program that would require a small army to manage, and enable a small staff to implement all aspects of the management system effectively:
The purpose of ISO 45001, the Occupational Health and Safety Management System Standard published in March 2018 by the International Standards Organization (ISO), is to give employers of all sizes, in all nations, a tool that will enable them to proactively identify and manage OHS risks.
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