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New version of OHSAS 18001

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Rozzita

#41
Good day!
I have the standard. See the link below.
I hope it will help.
If there are any quastions - write to me
Good luck!!!

P.S.: new version of the OHSAS 18001 is more sever (at some clauses) then previuos. But in general it just detailise the old version.
 
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harry

Super Moderator
#42
Good day!
I have the standard. See the link below.
I hope it will help.
If there are any quastions - write to me
Good luck!!!

P.S.: new version of the OHSAS 18001 is more sever (at some clauses) then previuos. But in general it just detailise the old version.
Welcome Rozzita,

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daniyd

#43
Hi Rozzita and dear all

Greetings from Jakarta.
I would like to introduce myself, my name is Dani Darwis, I understand that this standard OHSAS is copyrighted document, I got the old version ohsas 1999, how can I get this new version of ohsas 18001?

Thanks and regards
Dani
 
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daniyd

#46
Thanks for the link of BSI Presentation.

Is there anybody can explain regarding how many documented procedures must be developed to comply with new version of OHSAS 18001:2007?

Thanks in advance
Dani Darwis
 

tyker

Involved - Posts
#47
Thanks for the link of BSI Presentation.

Is there anybody can explain regarding how many documented procedures must be developed to comply with new version of OHSAS 18001:2007?

Thanks in advance
Dani Darwis
There are plenty of references in the standard to documents which are required such as scope, policy and objectives.

However, the standard clause 3.19 has a note stating that "procedures can be documented or not".

Clause 4.4.6 (a) requires documented procedures only "where their absence could lead to deviations from the OH&S policy and the objectives".

So, strictly speaking, you could get away with no documented procedures at all. You would need to justify that stance to yourself and, if you go for registration, to your external auditor.
 
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