The primary objective of this training course is to instruct Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) auditors in the principles and practices specific to auditing for conformance with the national and internationally accepted norms and regulations relating to OH&S requirements.

A slide presentation visually illustrates an actual company’s OH&S hazards, a unique feature only in this course. Additionally, the course contains a solid body of OHSAS auditing knowledge.

On successful completion of this course and post course assessment, participants will receive a Certificate of Attainment for the following internationally recognized competency units:

  • EXEMPLAR GLOBAL-OH (Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems)
  • EXEMPLAR GLOBAL-AU (Management Systems Auditing)
  • EXEMPLAR GLOBAL-TL (Leading management System Audit Teams)

The modules above are certified under the EXEMPLAR GLOBAL Training Provider Examination Certification Scheme for occupational health and safety management system auditors and will enable successful participants to apply to EXEMPLAR GLOBAL for certification as a provisional auditor.

How You Will Benefit:

Meet the training requirements for auditor certification for OH&S audits

Understand the requirements of the OHSAS 45001 standard

Integrate OH&S audits with other management system audits

Benefit from “lessons learned” by experienced auditors


  • Introduction to ISO 45001 and interpret the requirements
  • Outline of the responsibilities of the Lead Auditor and Auditor
  • Principles of National & International Legislation
  • Risk Assessment principles and approach
  • Risk control – Identify, understand, and manage health and safety hazards and risks
  • Policy development
  • Planning, Implementation, and Operation of an audit program
  • Document Review
  • Management Review
  • Audit Planning and approach
  • On-site verification – approach and techniques
  • Conducting the audit
  • The Process Approach
  • To be able to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of a process
  • Writing nonconformances – issues and approaches
  • Checking and Corrective Action

Who Should Attend:

  • 3rd party auditors
  • Internal audit managers and internal auditors
  • Consultants
  • OHSAS Managers
  • ISO Management Representatives