safety certification

OH&S specification AS NZS 4801:2001 improves the welfare, health and safety of employees.

CACS Safety Certification

The occupational health and safety [OH&S] management system specification AS NZS 4801:2001 has been designed to help organisations establish and maintain a system of management to improve the welfare, health and safety of employees at the workplace.

AS NZS 4801:2001 has been developed to be compatible with ISO 9001:2008 (Quality) and ISO 14001:2004(Environmental) management systems.

Compliance Australia Certification Services is currently accredited by the Joint Accreditation Service of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) to provide AS NZS 4801:2001 certification to organisations that fall within the industrial and commercial sectors listed.

Compliance Australia Certification Services can issue certificate to the requirements of JAS-ANZ for the interim and when Compliance Australia Certification Services achieve accreditation the issued certificate will be reissued with the JAS-ANZ mark.

Many organisations, in particular small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s), wish to implement their OHS by themselves so as to reduce or eliminate the cost of advice from consultants. However, they often lack the knowledge &/or confidence to do so.

Benefits of Safety Certification

In a competitive marketplace, your customers are looking for more than just keen pricing from their suppliers. Companies need to demonstrate that their businesses are managed efficiently and responsibly and that they can provide a reliable service without excessive downtime caused by work-related accidents and incidents.

Certifying your AS NZS 4801 management system enables your organization to prove that it conforms to the specification and provides the following benefits:

Steps to Safety Certification (AS NZS 4801)

(Note: Click on each step to see the description.)

1. Purchase the Standard

Before you can begin preparing for your application, you will require a copy of the Standard.

2. Review support literature

There are a wide range of publications designed to help you understand and implement an occupational health and safety management system.

3. Consider training

There are a range of workshops, seminars and training courses available to help you implement and assess your occupational health and safety management system.

4. Review consultancy options

You can receive advice from independent consultants on how best to implement your occupational health and safety management system. They may have the experience in implementation that can help you avoid costly mistakes.

5. Design the AS NZS 4801 management system

The AS NZS 4801 specification follows the plan-do-check-review cycle, with a concurrent emphasis on continual improvement. This model fits in neatly with the structure of other management system documents, such as ISO 14001.


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