Organizations can better refer and apply the Health and Safety Management System OHSAS 18001: 2007 for Occupational Health and Safety pengeloloaan in the organization.

Management System Occupational Health and Safety OHSAS 18001: 2007 provides a framework for organizations to identify hazards and risk assessment and control and look at issues such as the allocation of resources, tasks and responsibilities, and evaluate existing systems, procedures and processes systematically and achieve a sustained increase and the performance of the Occupational Health and Safety through management of hazards and risks effectively

Standard Management System Health and Safety OHSAS 18001: 2007 has been accepted internationally and have been implemented in many countries to obtain certification of safety management systems and the health of their work. The main purpose of the standard safety and health management system of this work is to control the risk and take precautions

With a system of occupational health and safety management OHSAS 18001: 2007 organization can manage health and safety by controlling each organization’s business activities. A system that is practical and entered into the organizational structure, planning activities, duties and responsibilities, processes and resources for the development, implementation, achievement, review and maintenance of occupational health and safety policy of the organization

Benefits Implementation of OHSAS 18001: 2007

  • Raising awareness of the dangers and risks to the fulfillment of requirements;
  • Safe working environment, lower insurance claims and lower the cost of lost work hours;
  • Law obligations by showing seriousness in managing risks;
  • Having a good corporate image in the eyes of the government, customers, employees and the general public.

Principles OHSAS 18001: 2007

Principle 1 – Engagement Leadership
The organization’s top management should be actively involved in the management system.

Principle 2 – Risk Management
The application of OHSAS management system is driven by the risk management needs of the organization – the hazards and risks identified and controls are determined to be necessary to prevent injury and ill health.

Principle 3 – Commitment to Compliance
Public interest, as reflected in the laws and regulations enacted, should be addressed.

Principle 4 – Employee Participation
Employees, as a major stakeholder of occupational health and safety management systems, have the right to engage in a process management system.

Principle 5 – Performance Monitoring and Improvement
continuous improvement, a mantra management system, can not be achieved unless the process is in place to measure performance.