ISO 14001/ISO 45001 (OHSAS 18001)

Diminish your EHS responsibility and venture a standing of the executives’ greatness.


ISO 14001 Certification is the worldwide standard for executing an Environmental Management System (EMS). It outlines a system that associations can follow to set up a powerful EMS. ISO 45001 Certification (OHSAS 18001) is the same as ISO 14001, however rather than overseeing natural issues, 45001 spotlights on overseeing Occupational Health and Safety concerns. These incorporate Job Hazards, OSHAS administrative prerequisites, and expected crises. EHS can give both the ISO 14001 Certification administrations requirements as well as the 45001 Certification framework necessities.


With health and safety catapulting to the forefront of organizational concerns with the balance between environmental aspects is no longer a comprehensive approach. Developing EHS a robust and fully functioning health and safety management system and environmental management help in the compliance with the new standard simply makes good business sense.


Adopting EHS facilitates the management of the business and environmental specific risks to ensure employees are informed and aware of their role in ensuring safety and wellbeing; aids in reducing workplace incidents maintaining environmental balance in nature.


Many enormous organizations are requiring their providers to become ISO 14001 certified. This is particularly evident in the automotive and electronics sectors and numerous unfamiliar-based organizations are likewise requiring ISO 14001 certificates with ISO 45001 Certificates.


ISO 14001 forms an EMS that tends to lawful consistency issues and ecological viewpoints. OHSAS 18001/ISO 45001 oversees work dangers and other Health and Safety issues. These guidelines help construct improvement destinations, preparing projects and control reports (work directions, working manuals, and so on) to deal with the framework.


EHS has helped more than 50 organizations with our ISO 14001/ISO 45001 (OHSAS 18001) administrations:
• ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems Overview
• ISO 14001 Technical Assistance Program
• ISO 14001 – Internal Auditor Training
• ISO 14001 – Jump Start Program
• ISO 14001 GAP Analysis, Pre-Assessment or Internal Audit
• ISO 45001 (OHSAS 18001)

ISO 14001 has changed. Have you changed to the 2015 variant?

ISO 14001:2015, distributed in September 2015, is the most up-to-date form of the norm. It has been refreshed to give the organization the most current and applicable necessities for further developed execution and business benefits. Associations that are at present enrolled in the past version, ISO 14001:2004 will have until September 2018 to change to the 2015 norm. EHS can work with you today to guarantee smooth progress later on. For more data about the ISO 14001:2015 progress, read the ISO 14001:2015 as often as possible posed inquiries or talk with us to find out additional.

OHSAS 18001 is currently ISO 45001.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as of late delivered the new ISO 45001 norm for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS). IES ISO 45001:2018 arrangements give a structure to further develop representative security, lessen work environment chances and make better and more secure conditions for laborers all over the place. The standard was created over a five-year time frame by ISO/PC 283, fusing the vast majority of the necessities from the past OHSMS standard—OHSAS 18001.

Bottom Line

EHS includes core concepts of management, customer, requirements, policy, procedure, planning, performance, objective, control, monitoring, measurement, auditing, decision making, and corrective action of the requirements of the standards.

ISO 45001/ 14001 (EHS) Certification process

To make the ISO 45001/ISO 14001 (EHS) Certification process simple and quick. Hiring a consultant will guide you and your business through the following steps to achieve ISO 45001/ISO 14001(EHS) Certification by providing.

  1. Gap Analysis Training
  2. Testing
  3. Documentation & Test Report
  4. Process Audit
  5. External Audit
  6. Certification and beyond

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