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However, due to growing number work-related accidents, ISO puts more importance on the identification of the risks of the organisation. Moreover, it also focuses on controlling those risks. This term covers the information, which is required to be maintained and controlled by an organisation. The documented Information must also contain information related to health and safety processes that are carried out according to the plan.

Consultation and Participation of Workers Clause 5. Examples of obstacles or barriers include: Failure to respond to worker suggestions Language or literacy barriers Reprisals or threat of reprisals Practices that discourage or penalise worker participation Consult non-managerial workers when: Determining the needs and expectations of interested parties Assigning roles and responsibilities for the management system Determining how to fulfil legal and other requirements Establishing health and safety objectives Seek participation of non-managerial workers when: Determining the competence requirements, training needs and evaluating training Determining what needs to be communicated and how this will be done Investigating incidents and nonconformities and determining corrective actions Risks in ISO go beyond hazards Clause 6.

Documented information Clause 7. Examples of this include emails, videos, forms, chat messages, software and photos. Procurement Clause 8. Outsourced processes need to be identified and controlled, the degree and extent of control should be relative to the contractors risk profile. Evaluation of compliance Clause 9.

ISO requires organisations to evaluate their compliance with legal and other requirements and retain documented information of the evaluation results. Three steps to migrate to ISO For organisations that have existing health and safety management systems. Compliance Council have a simple 3 step process for migrating to ISO

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However, due to growing number work-related accidents, ISO puts more importance on the identification of the risks of the organisation. Moreover, it also focuses on controlling those risks. This term covers the information, which is required to be maintained and controlled by an organisation. The documented Information must also contain information related to health and safety processes that are carried out according to the plan.

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