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ISO 45001 V 2018 REQUIREMENTS

Requirements ISO 45001 version 2018

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The 264 ISO 45001 version 2018 requirements (verb shall) of clauses 4 to 10 are as follows: 

ISO 45001 : 2018 requirements 
No
Clause
PDCA cycle
Requirement No
Quantity
4
Context Plan 1 ÷ 11 11
5
Leadership Plan, Do, Check, Act
12 ÷ 59
48
6
Planning Plan
60 ÷ 120
61
7
Support Do
121 ÷ 158
38
8
Operation Do
159 ÷ 190
32
9
Performance Check
191 ÷ 242
52
10
Improvement Act
243 ÷ 264
22
Total
264

 

requirements

ISO 45001 version 2018 requirements

 

pdca

The Deming PDCA cycle

Note 1. Any requirement normally begins with "The organization shall...". For simplicity's sake we present the requirements directly, starting with the verb

Note 2. We use external provider instead of contractors, subcontractors or suppliers (to be compliant with ISO 9001 version 2015)

Note 3. We use documented information to retain instead of record (to be compliant with ISO 9001 version 2015)

ISO 45001 - Requirements and comments
No
Clause, sub-clause
Requirement
Comment, link
  4
Context of the organization
 
4.1
The organization and its context
 
1
4.1
Determine external and internal issues Understand everything that can influence the purpose and strategic direction of the company (corporate culture, innovation, strategic direction, competition, market, compliance obligation, work time, work conditions). Cf. sub-clause 6.1
 
4.2
Interested parties
2
4.2 a Identify the other interested parties In addition to the workers. All that is relevant to the OH&SMS (Occupational Health and Safety Management System)
3
4.2 b
Clarify the needs and expectations Of workers and interested parties
4
4.2 c
Determine legal requirements Actual or potential needs and expectations
 
4.3
Scope of the OH&SMS
5
4.3
Define the scope of the OH&SMS Administrative limits and applicability
6
4.3 a
Take into account the external and internal issues "Identifying the hazards is reducing the risks". Cf. sub-clause 4.1
7
4.3 b
Take into account the requirements of interested parties When changing processes, products, requirements, infrastructure. Cf. sub-clause 4.2
8
4.3 c
Take into account the work-related activities "No risk does not exist". Current or planned activities
9
4.3
Include in the OH&SMS the activities that can impact the organization's OH&S performance And products and services that may impact the OH&SMS
10 4.3 Retain the scope of the OH&SMS available as documented information Cf. sub-clause 7.5
 
4.4
OH&SMS
11
4.4
Establish, implement, maintain and continually improve a process-based OH&SMS "If you cannot describe what you are doing as a process, you do not know what you're doing. Edwards Deming". Including necessary processes and their interactions
 
5
Leadership and worker participation
Plan Do, CheckAct 
 
5.1 
Leadership and commitment
 
12
5.1 a
Assume overall responsibility and accountability for the OH&S prevention "When you sweep the stairs, you start at the top". Romanian proverb. Top management demonstrates leadership (fully assuming its responsibility and commitment). Prevention of injury and ill health. Provision of safe and healthy workplaces
13 5.1 b Ensure that the OH&S policy and objectives are established Demonstrates leadership. The policy and the objectives are compatible with the strategic direction of the company
14
5.1.c
Ensure that OH&SMS requirements are integrated into the internal business processes Demonstrate leadership. Cf. sub-clause 4.4
15
5.1 d
Ensure that the necessary resources for the OH&SMS are available Demonstrate leadership. Resources to establish, implement, maintain and improve the OH&SMS
16
5.1 e
Communicate the importance of an effective and conforming OH&SMS Demonstrate leadership. Meet OH&SMS requirements
17
5.1 f
Ensure the achievement of intended results of the OH&SMS Demonstrate leadership. Commitment, responsiveness and active support from top management
18
5.1 g
Support the staff contribution to the effectiveness of the OH&SMS To contribute to the performance of the OH&SMS. Demonstrate leadership
19
5.1 h
Promote continual improvement

"Employees first, customers second". Vineet Nayar.  Demonstrate leadership. Cf. clause 10

20
5.1 i
Support the leadership of managers So that they can demonstrate leadership in their respective fields
21
5.1 j
Promote a culture that supports the intended results of the OH&SMS  Demonstrate leadership. By developing the OH&S culture to promote the expected results of the OH&SMS
22
5.1 k
Protect workers from reprisals When reporting incidents, hazards, risks and opportunities. Demonstrate leadership
23
5.1 l
Establish and implement a process for consultation and participation of workers Demonstrate leadership. Cf. sub-clause 5.4
24
5.1 m
Support health and safety committees Demonstrate leadership
 
5.2
OH&S policy
25  5.2 a Commit to providing safe and healthy working conditions Establishing, applying and maintaining the OS&H policy for the prevention of injuries and ill health. The working conditions are appropriate to the purpose, size and context of the company as well as specific risks and opportunities
26 5.2 b Provide a framework to define and review the OH&S objectives Cf. sub-clause 6.2
27 5.2 c Meet the applicable legal requirements And other requirements to which the company has subscribed. Cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
28 5.2 d Commit to eliminate hazards And reduce OH&S risks. Cf. sub-clause 8.1.2
29 5.2 e Commit to OH&SMS continual improvement  Cf. clause 10
30 5.2 f  Commit to consultation of workers And seek the participation of workers (or their representatives), cf. paragraph 5.4
31 5.2  Retain the OH&S policy as documented information The OH&S policy cannot be a confidential document, it is available to relevant interested parties, cf. sub-clause 7.5
32 5.2  Communicate the OH&S policy At all levels of the company
33 5.2  Keep the OH&S policy available to interested parties The OH&S policy cannot be a confidential document, it is available to all interested parties
34 5.2  Ensure that the OH&S policy is relevant and appropriate By reviewing it periodically
 
5.3
Roles, responsibilities, authorities
35
5.3
Ensure that OH&SMS responsibilities and authorities are assigned And communicated by top management at all levels. "The responsibility cannot be shared". Robert Heinlein
36
5.3
Maintain OH&SMS responsibilities and authorities as documented information Cf. sub-clause 7.5
37
5.3
Assume (by the workers) the responsibility for the elements of the OH&SMS for which they are responsible At all levels of the company. Remember that, in the end, top management is fully responsible (cf. sub-clause 5.1)
38
5.3 a
Ensure that the OH&SMS meets the requirements of ISO 45001 By assigning responsibility and authority by name
39
5.3 b
Submit reports on the performance of the OH&SMS To top management regularly
5.4
Consultation and participation of workers
40
5.4
Establish, implement and maintain a process for consultation and participation of workers At all levels of the company. Objective: to develop, plan, implement and evaluate performance and actions to improve the OH&SMS. Cf. sub-clause 10.3
41
5.4 a
Provide mechanisms, time, training and resources For consultation and participation of workers or their representatives
42
5.4 b
Provide timely access to relevant information About the OH&SMS
43
5.4 c
Determine and remove obstacles and barriers  And reduce the obstacles that cannot be removed. Examples of obstacles: not responding to staff suggestions, language or language barriers, threats or reprisals
44
5.4 d 1
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By determining the needs and expectations of the interested parties, cf. sub-clause 4.2
45
5.4 d 2
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By establishing the OH&S policy, cf. sub-clause 5.2
46
5.4 d 3
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By assigning roles, responsibility and authority, cf. sub-clause 5.3
47
5.4 d 4
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By determining how to apply and meet legal requirements, cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
48
5.4 d 5
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By establishing OH&S objectives, cf. sub-clause 6.2
49
5.4 d 6
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By determining the prevention means regarding external providers, cf. sub-clause 8.1.4
50
5.4 d 7
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By determining what is needed to monitor, measure and evaluate, cf. sub-clause 9.1
51
5.4 d 8
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By planning, applying and keeping up-to-date the audit program, cf. sub-clause 9.2.2
52
5.4 d 9
Emphasize the consultation of non-managerial workers By ensuring continual improvement, cf. sub-clause 10.3
53
5.4 e 1
Emphasize the participation of non-managerial workers By determining methods of consultation and participation
54
5.4 e 2
Emphasize the participation of non-managerial workers By identifying hazards and by assessing risks and opportunities, cf. sub-clauses 6.1.1 and 6.1.2
55
5.4 e 3
Emphasize the participation of non-managerial workers By determining actions to eliminate hazards and reduce OH&S risks, cf. sub-clause 6.1.4
56
5.4 e 4
Emphasize the participation of non-managerial workers By determining the requirements in terms of competence, training needs, training and training evaluation, cf. sub-clause 7.2
57
5.4 e 5
Emphasize the participation of non-managerial workers By determining what is necessary to communicate and how to do it, cf. sub-clause 7.4
58
5.4 e 6
Emphasize the participation of non-managerial workers By determining the prevention means, their effective application and use, cf. sub-clauses 8.1, 8.1.3 and 8.2
59
5.4 e 7
Emphasize the participation of non-managerial workers By investigating incidents, nonconformities and determining corrective actions, cf. sub-clause 10.2
 
6
Planning
 
6.1
Actions to address risks and opportunities
 
6.1.1
General
 
60
6.1.1 a
Determine risks and opportunities In order to ensure that the OH&SMS can achieve its expected results, cf. sub-clauses 4.1 (context) and 4.2 (interested parties) and 4.3 (scope). A state of play is always useful before planning "Any decision involves a risk". Peter Barge
61 6.1.1 b Determine risks and opportunities In order to anticipate or reduce undesirable effects such as injuries and ill health
62
6.1.1 c
Determine risks and opportunities In order to be part of the continual improvement process, cf. clause 10
63
6.1.1
Take into account hazards When determining the risks and opportunities of the OH&SMS and the expected results to be addressed, cf. sub-clause 6.1.2.1
64
6.1.1
Take into account OH&S risks When determining the risks and opportunities of the OH&SMS and the expected results to be addressed, cf. sub-clause 6.1.2.2
65
6.1.1
Take into account OH&S opportunities When determining the risks and opportunities of the OH&SMS and the expected results to be addressed, cf. sub-clause 6.1.2.3
66
6.1.1
Take into account legal requirements When determining the risks and opportunities of the OH&SMS and the expected results to be addressed, cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
67
6.1.1
Determine and assess the risks and opportunities that are relevant to the OH&SMS outcomes When changing in the company, processes or OH&SMS
68
6.1.1
Assess the risks and opportunities before planned changes are implemented When control of planned, temporary or permanent changes, cf. sub-clause 8.1.3
69
6.1.1
Maintain documented information on risks and opportunities Including processes and actions to address risks and opportunities, cf. sub-clauses 6.1.2 to 6.1.4. Cf. sub-clause 7.5
 
6.1.2
Hazard identification and assessment of risks and opportunities
 
6.1.2.1
Hazard identification
 
70 6.1.2.1 Establish, implement and maintain a process for hazard identification Ongoing and proactive process. Identify hazards, sources and situations. "Identifying the hazards is reducing the risks". Identify, prioritize, reduce or eliminate OH&S risks.
71 6.1.2.1 a Take into account in the process how work is organized, social issues, leadership and corporate culture Social factors such as workload, work hours, harassment and bullying
72 6.1.2.1 b 1 Take into account in the process routine and non-routine activities and hazards  Hazards arising from infrastructure, equipment, materials, substances and physical conditions of the workplace
73 6.1.2.1 b 2 Take into account in the process routine and non-routine activities and hazards Hazards arising from design, research, development, testing, production, assembly, construction, service delivery, maintenance and disposal of product and service
74 6.1.2.1 b 3 Take into account in the process routine and non-routine activities and hazards Hazards arising from human factors
75 6.1.2.1 b 4 Take into account in the process routine and non-routine activities and hazards Hazards arising from how the work is performed
76 6.1.2.1 c Take into account in the process past incidents Including emergencies and their causes. Incidents can be internal or external to the company
77 6.1.2.1 d Take into account in the process emergency situations Cf. sub-clause 8.2 
78 6.1.2.1 e 1 Take into account in the process people with access to the workplace And their activities. People such as workers, external providers and visitors
79 6.1.2.1 e 2 Take into account in the process people near the workplace Who can be affected by the activities of the company
80 6.1.2.1 e 3 Take into account in the process people working in another workplace Not under the direct control of the company
81 6.1.2.1 f 1 Take into account in the process other issues Such as the design of workplaces, processes, facilities, machinery, equipment, work procedures, organization of work, including their adaptation to the needs and capabilities of the workers involved
82 6.1.2.1 f 2 Take into account in the process other issues Such as situations near the workplace caused by work-related activities under the control of the company
83 6.1.2.1 f 3 Take into account in the process other issues not under the control of the company Such as situations near the workplace that can cause injury and ill health to workers in the workplace
84 6.1.2.1 g Take into account in the process the current or proposed changes  Such as changes in organization, operations, processes, activities and OH&SMS, cf. sub-clause 8.1.3
85 6.1.2.1 h Take into account in the process changes in knowledge of hazards And information about hazards
 
6.1.2.2
Assessment of OH&S risks and other risks to the OH&SMS
 
86 6.1.2.2 a Establish, implement and maintain a process to assess OH&S risks Regarding identified hazards. While taking into account the effectiveness of existing controls of prevention and protection
87 6.1.2.2 b Establish, implement and maintain a process to determine the other risks Regarding the establishment, implementation, operation and maintenance of the OH&SMS
88 6.1.2.2  Define the methodology and criteria for the assessment of OH&S risks With respect to their scope, nature and timing. Ensuring that methods and criteria are proactive and are applied systematically
89 6.1.2.2  Maintain and retain documented information on the methodology and criteria Cf. sub-clause 7.5
 
6.1.2.3
Assessment of OH&S opportunities and other opportunities to the OH&SMS
90
6.1.2.3 a 1
Establish, implement and maintain a process to assess opportunities to improve the OH&SMS performance and planned changes By taking into account the opportunities to adapt the work, its organization and its environment to the workers. Changes related to the company, policy, processes or activities
91 6.1.2.3 a 2 Establish, implement and maintain a process to assess opportunities to improve the OH&SMS performance and planned changes By taking into account the opportunities to eliminate hazards and reduce OH&S risks
92 6.1.2.3 b Establish, implement and maintain a process to evaluate opportunities for improvement of the OH&SMS Cf. clause 10
 
6.1.3
Determination of legal requirements and other requirements
 
93
 6.1.3 a
Establish, implement and maintain a process to determine and have access to up-to-date legal requirements Requirements that are applicable to its hazards, OH&S risks and OH&SMS. A voluntary commitment subscribed by the company to interested parties becomes an internal requirement. "No one is supposed to ignore the law". Latin proverb
94
6.1.3 b
Establish, implement and maintain a process to determine how these legal requirements apply to the company And what needs to be communicated, cf. sub-clause 7.4
95
6.1.3 c
Establish, implement and maintain a process to take these legal requirements into account When establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving the OH&SMS
96
6.1.3
Maintain and retain documented information on legal requirements Cf. sub-clause 7.5
97
6.1.3
Ensure documented information is updated Taking into account any change, cf. sub-clause 8.1.3
 
6.1.4
Planning action
 
98
6.1.4 a 1
Plan actions to address risks and opportunities Cf. sub-clauses 6.1.2.2 and 6.1.2.3
99
6.1.4 a 2 
Plan actions to meet legal requirements Cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
100
6.1.4 a 3
Plan actions to prepare for and respond to emergency situations Cf. sub-clause 8.2
101
6.1.4 b 1
Plan actions how to integrate and implement them into your OH&SMS processes And in business processes
102
6.1.4 b 2
Plan actions how to evaluate the effectiveness of these actions Effectiveness: ability to carry out planned activities with the minimum of effort
103
6.1.4
Take into account the hierarchy of prevention means when planning actions Including outputs from the OH&SMS, cf. sub-clause 8.1.2
104
6.1.4
Consider best practices, technological options And financial, operational and business requirements
 
6.2
OH&S objectives and planning to achieve them
 
6.2.1
OH&S objectives
 
105  6.2.1 Establish OH&S objectives At relevant functions. The goal is to maintain and continually improve the OH&SMS, cf. sub-clause 10.3
106
6.2.1 a
Choose objectives that are consistent with the OH&S policy Cf. sub-clause 5.2
107
6.2.1 b
Use measurable objectives Or capable of performance evaluation
108
6.2.1 c 1
Take into account applicable requirements Cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
109
6.2.1 c 2
Take into account the results of the assessments Of risks and opportunities, cf. sub-clauses 6.1.2.2 and 6.1.2.3
110
6.2.1 c 3
Take into account the results of consultation With workers and their representatives, cf. sub-clause 5.4
111
6.2.1 d
Monitor objectives Appropriately and regularly
112
6.2.1 e
Communicate objectives Cf. sub-clause 7.4
113
6.2.1 e
Update the objectives As appropriate
 
6.2.2
Planning to achieve OH&S objectives
 
114
6.2.2 a
Determine what will be done When planning how to achieve its OH&S objectives
115
6.2.2 b
Determine what resources will be required When planning how to achieve its OH&S objectives
116
6.2.2 c
Determine who will be in charge When planning how to achieve its OH&S objectives
117
6.2.2 d Determine the planning schedule When planning how to achieve its OH&S objectives
118
6.2.2 e Determine how the results will be evaluated Including indicators for monitoring
119
6.2.2 f Determine how the actions will be integrated in business processes In order to achieve OH&S objectives
120
6.2.2 Maintain and retain documented information on objectives And plans to achieve them, cf. sub-clause 7.5
 
 7
Support
 
 7.1
Resources
 
121
 7.1 Determine and provide the necessary resources In order to establish, implement and improve the OH&SMS
   7.2
Competence
 beginning
122 7.2 a Determine the necessary competence of workers Workers that affect or can affect the OH&S performance
123 7.2 b Ensure the competence of workers including the ability to identify hazards On the basis of appropriate education, training and experience
124 7.2 c Undertake actions to acquire and maintain the necessary competence And evaluate the effectiveness of these actions
125 7.2 d Retain documented information on competence Cf. sub-clause 7.5
   7.3 Awareness
126 7.3 a Make workers aware of OH&S policy and objectives Cf. sub-clauses 5.2 and 6.2
127 7.3 b Make workers aware of their contribution to the effectiveness of the OH&SMS And the benefits of improved OH&S performance
128 7.3 c Make workers aware of the implications and consequences of not conforming to the OH&SMS Do not forget the potential consequences on professional activities
129 7.3 d Make workers aware of incidents And the outcomes of investigations of incidents
130 7.3 e Make workers aware of hazards and OH&S risks And actions taken to eliminate hazards and reduce risks
131 7.3 f Make workers aware of the provisions of their right of withdrawal Faced with situations presenting a serious and imminent danger. Know that penalties for workers cannot be enforced
   7.4
Communication
 beginning
   7.4.1
General
 
132 7.4.1 a Define the subjects on which to communicate Including determining on which subjects to communicate. "Good news walks, bad news runs". Swedish proverb
133  7.4.1 b Establish, apply and maintain a communication process Including determining when to communicate
134  7.4.1 c 1 Establish, apply and maintain a communication process Including determining with whom to communicate at various levels of the company
135  7.4.1 c 2 Establish, apply and maintain a communication process Including determining with whom to communicate (external providers and visitors)
136  7.4.1 c 3 Establish, apply and maintain a communication process Including determining with whom to communicate (other interested parties)
137  7.4.1 d Establish, apply and maintain a communication process Including determining how to communicate
138  7.4.1 Take into account diversity aspects when analyzing communication needs Such as gender, language, culture, literacy, disability
139  7.4.1 Ensure that views of interested parties are taken into account Views regarding the OH&SMS
140  7.4.1 Take into account your legal requirements When establishing the communication process
141  7.4.1 Ensure that information to be communicated is consistent and reliable regarding the OH&SMS When establishing the communication process
142  7.4.1 Respond to relevant communications Related to the OH&SMS
143  7.4.1 Retain pertinent documented information on your communication As appropriate, cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
   7.4.2
Internal communication
 beginning
144 7.4.2 a Communicate internally relevant OH&SMS information  At various levels of the company, including adopted changes
145
7.4.2 b
Ensure that your communication process allows workers to contribute to continual improvement Cf. clause 10
   7.4.3
External communication
 beginning
146
7.4.3
Communicate externally relevant OH&SMS information  As established by the communication process and taking into account the legal requirements, cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
   7.5
Documented information
 
   7.5.1
General
 beginning
147  7.5.1 a Include the documented information required by the ISO 45001 standard Documented information to maintain (documented procedures):
  • responsibilities and authorities of the OH&SMS (sub-clause 5.3)
  • OH&S risks and opportunities (sub-clause 6.1.1)
  • methods and criteria for risk assessment (sub-clause 6.1.2.2)
  • legal requirements (sub-clause 6.1.3)
  • OH&S objectives and action plans (sub-clause 6.2.2)
  • process control (sub-clause 8.1.1)
  • emergency situations (sub-clause 8.2)
  • continual improvement (sub-clause 10.3)
Documented information to retain (records):
  • scope (sub-clause 4.3)
  • OH&S policy (sub-clause 5.2)
  • responsibilities and authorities (sub-clause 5.3)
  • methods and criteria for risk assessment (sub-clause
  • 6.1.2.2)
  • legal requirements (sub-clause 6.1.3)
  • OH&S objectives and action plans (sub-clause 6.2.2)
  • workers competence (sub-clause 7.2)
  • communication (sub-clause 7.4.1)
  • of external origin (sub-clause 7.5.3)
  • process control (sub-clause 8.1.1)
  • emergency situations (sub-clause 8.2)
  • monitoring, measurement, analysis, evaluation and
  • equipment (sub-clause 9.1.1)
  • ensuring equipment (sub-clause 9.1.1)
  • evaluation of compliance (sub-clause 9.1.2)
  • audit program and audit results (sub-clause 9.2.2)
  • decisions of the management review (sub-clause 9.3)
  • incidents and nonconformities (sub-clause 10.2)
  • continual improvement (sub-clause 10.3)
148  7.5.1 b Include in the OH&SMS documented information deemed necessary to the effectiveness of the OH&SMS This documented information is specific to the size of the company, the scope, the complexity of processes, products and services, the requirement to meet legal requirements and the competence of workers. OH&S processes:
  • consult the workers (sub-clause 5.4)
  • identify hazards (sub-clause  6.1.2.1)
  • assess risks (sub-clause 6.1.2.2)
  • assess opportunities (sub-clause 6.1.2.3)
  • identify legal requirements (sub-clause  6.1.3)
  • communicate (sub-clause  7.4.1)
  • conduct process review (sub-clause  8.1.1)
  • eliminate hazards and reduce risks (sub-clause  8.1.2)
  • manage changes (sub-clause  8.1.3)
  • acquire the products and services (sub-clause 8.1.4.1)
  • anticipate emergencies (sub-clause  8.2)
  • inspect, analyze and evaluate (sub-clause  9.1.1)
  • evaluate compliance (sub-clause  9.1.2)
  • investigate incidents (sub-clause  10.2)
  • control nonconformities (sub-clause  10.2)
   7.5.2
Creating and updating
 beginning
149 7.5.2 a Identify and describe the documented information appropriately When creating and updating documented information. Such as title, author, date, coding
150 7.5.2 b Ensure that the format and the media of the documented information are appropriate Examples of formats: language, software and graphics version. Examples of media: paper, electronic
151 7.5.2 c Review and approve the documented information appropriately In order to determine the suitability and adequacy
   7.5.3
Control of documented information 
 beginning
152 7.5.3 a  Control the availability and suitable for use of the documented information Where and when required. According to requirements of the OH&SMS and ISO 45001
153 7.5.3 b Control the adequate protection of the documented information Such as loss of confidentiality, improper use or loss of integrity
154 7.5.3 Control the distribution, access, retrieval and use  In order to control the documented information
155 7.5.3 Control the storage and preservation Including preservation of readability
156 7.5.3 Manage changes Such as version control
157 7.5.3 Control the retention time and disposition By determining for every documented information the retention time and disposal method
158 7.5.3 Control the documented information of external origin Documented information deemed necessary for the planning and operation of the OH&SMS
   8
Operation
Do
   8.1
Operational planning and control
 beginning
   8.1.1
General
 beginning
159  8.1.1 a Plan, apply, control and maintain the processes needed to meet OH&SMS requirements By establishing process criteria and undertaking actions according to clause 6
160  8.1.1 b Plan, apply, control and maintain the processes needed to meet OH&SMS requirements By controlling these processes according to criteria
161  8.1.1 c Plan, apply, control and maintain the processes needed to meet OH&SMS requirements Maintaining and retaining documented information to ensure processes are completed as intended. Cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
162  8.1.1 d Plan, apply, control and maintain the processes needed to meet OH&SMS requirements By adapting work to workers
163  8.1.1 Coordinate the relevant parts of the OH&SMS with other companies For multi-employer workplaces
   8.1.2
Eliminating hazards and reducing OH&S risks
 beginning
164 8.1.2 a Eliminate the hazards By establishing, applying and maintaining a process for the elimination of hazards and reduction of OH&S risks
165 8.1.2 b Substitute with less hazardous materials, processes, operations or equipment By establishing, applying and maintaining a process for the elimination of hazards and reduction of OH&S risks
166 8.1.2 c Apply engineering controls or reorganize work By establishing, applying and maintaining a process for the elimination of hazards and reduction of OH&S risks
167 8.1.2 d Apply administrative controls, including training By establishing, applying and maintaining a process for the elimination of hazards and reduction of OH&S risks
168 8.1.2 e Use adequate personal protective equipment By establishing, applying and maintaining a process for the elimination of hazards and reduction of OH&S risks
   8.1.3
Management of change
 
169  8.1.3 a Establish a process for the implementation and control of planned temporary or permanent changes including new products, services and processes or their changes Changes that may affect OH&S performance. Including workplace locations and surroundings, work organization, working conditions, equipment and work force
170  8.1.3 b Establish a process for the implementation and control of planned temporary or permanent changes Including changes to legal requirements
171  8.1.3 c Establish a process for the implementation and control of planned temporary or permanent changes Including changes in knowledge about hazards and OH&S risks
172 8.1.3 d Establish a process for the implementation and control of planned temporary or permanent changes Including developments in knowledge and technology
173  8.1.3 Analyze the consequences of unintended changes And take action to mitigate any adverse effect
 8.1.4
Procurement
 
   8.1.4.1 General
174  8.1.4.1 Establish, apply and maintain a process to control the acquisition of products and services In order to ensure compliance regarding the OH&SMS
   8.1.4.2
External providers
 beginning
175  8.1.4.2 a Coordinate your acquisition process with your external providers In order to identify hazards and to assess and control the OH&S risks arising from the activities and operations of external providers that may impact the company
176  8.1.4.2 b Coordinate your acquisition process with your external providers In order to identify hazards and to assess and control the OH&S risks arising from the activities and operations of the company that may impact the external provider's workers
177
8.1.4.2 c
Coordinate your acquisition process with your external providers In order to identify hazards and to assess and control the OH&S risks arising from the activities and operations of external providers that may impact other interested parties in the workplace
178
8.1.4.2
Ensure that the OH&SMS requirements are met by external providers And their workers
179  81.4.2 Define and implement OH&S criteria for the selection of external providers Criteria included in the process related to external providers (acquisition control), cf. sub-clause 8.1.4.1
   8.1.4.3 Outsourcing
180  8.1.4.3 Ensure that outsourced functions and processes are controlled "Suppliers are part of the process". Frank Ostroff
181  8.1.4.3 Ensure that outsourcing arrangements are consistent with legal requirements And they allow achieving the intended outcomes of the OH&SMS
182  8.1.4.3 Define the type and degree of control to be implemented Regarding outsourced processes
   8.2
Emergency preparedness and response
 
183  8.2 a Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations Cf. sub-clause 6.1.2.1. Establishing a planned response to emergencies including the administration of first aid. "To lead is to plan"
184 8.2 b Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations By providing training for the planned response
185 8.2 c Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations By periodically testing and exercising the planned response capability
186 8.2 d Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations Evaluating performance and, if necessary, revising the planned response, including after a test and mostly after the occurrence of an emergency situation
187 8.2 e Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations By communicating and providing relevant information to all workers on their duties and responsibilities
188 8.2 f Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations By communicating relevant information to all interested parties 
189 8.2 g Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations By taking into account the needs and capabilities of all relevant interested parties and ensuring their involvement in the development of the planned response
190 8.2 Establish, implement and maintain a process to prepare for and respond to potential emergency situations Cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
   9
Performance evaluation
Check
   9.1
Monitoring, measurement, analysis and performance evaluation

   9.1.1
General
 beginning
191 9.1.1 Establish, implement and maintain a process for inspection, analysis and performance evaluation

In the inspection (monitoring and measurement) do not forget the measuring equipment

192 9.1.1 a 1 Determine what needs to be inspected Including the extent to which legal requirements are fulfilled
193 9.1.1 a 2 Determine what needs to be inspected Including activities related to identified hazards, risks and opportunities
194 9.1.1 a 3 Determine what needs to be inspected Including progress towards achievement of OH&S objectives
195 9.1.1 a 4 Determine what needs to be inspected Including effectiveness of prevention controls
196 9.1.1 b Determine the methods to be used For inspection, analysis and performance evaluation
197 9.1.1 c Determine the criteria to be used In order to evaluate OH&S performance
198 9.1.1 d Determine when the inspection will be performed Criteria to consider: frequency, sampling and process step
199 9.1.1 e Determine when the results from inspection will be used In order to analyze, evaluate and communicate
200 9.1.1 Evaluate the OH&S performance In order to determine the effectiveness of the OH&SMS
201 9.1.1 Ensure that inspection equipment is calibrated or verified And that they are properly used and maintained. Legal requirements may concern the calibration or verification of equipment
202 9.1.1 Retain appropriate documented information As evidence of the results of inspection, analysis and performance evaluation. Cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
203 9.1.1 Retain appropriate documented information On the maintenance, calibration and verification of measuring equipment. Cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
   9.1.2
Evaluation of compliance
 beginning
204 9.1.2 Establish, apply and maintain a process for evaluating compliance with legal requirements Cf. sub-clause 6.1.3. "Safety is never forever"
205 9.1.2 a Determine methods and frequency for the evaluation In order to evaluate compliance
206 9.1.2 b Evaluate compliance And take action, if necessary. Cf. sub-clause 10.2
207 9.1.2 c Maintain knowledge and understanding of its compliance With legal requirements
208 9.1.2 d Retain documented information of the compliance evaluation results Cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
   9.2
Internal audit
 beginning
   9.2.1
General
 beginning
209 9.2.1 a 1 Conduct regularly planned internal audits to provide information on whether the OH&SMS conforms to the company's own requirements  Including OH&S policy and objectives
210 9.2.1 a 2 Conduct regularly planned internal audits to provide information on whether the OH&SMS conforms to ISO 45001 requirements  Requirements in clauses 4 to 10 of the standard
211 9.2.1 b Conduct regularly planned internal audits to provide information on whether the OH&SMS is effectively implemented And determine whether the OH&SMS is maintained
   9.2.2
Internal audit program
 beginning
212 9.2.2 a Plan, establish, implement and update an internal audit program Include the frequency, methods, responsibilities, consultation, planning requirements audit report. All these activities can be described in a guide for the application of the audit program
213 9.2.2 a Take into account in the audit program the importance of the processes concerned And results from previous audits. Follow the recommendations of ISO 19011
214 9.2.2 b Define the audit criteria And the audit scope
215 9.2.2 c Select auditors In order to ensure objective and impartial audits
216 9.2.2 d Ensure that the results of the audits are communicated to relevant managers And to relevant workers and other interested parties
217 9.2.2 e Undertake actions to address nonconformities And improve OH&S performance, cf. clause 10
218 9.2.2 f Retain documented information on the application of the audit program And the audit results, cf. sub-clause 7.5.1 
   9.3
Management review
beginning
219 9.3 Review the OH&SMS at planned intervals In order to ensure that the OH&SMS is still suitable, adequate and effective. "No system is perfect"
220 9.3 a Take into account the status of actions from the previous management review Use the last management report
221 9.3 b 1 Take into account changes in issues that are relevant to the OH&SMS Such as needs and expectations of interested parties, cf. sub-clause 4.2
222 9.3 b 2 Take into account changes in issues that are relevant to the OH&SMS Such as legal requirements, cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
223 9.3 b 3 Take into account changes in issues that are relevant to the OH&SMS Such as risks and opportunities, cf. sub-clause 6.1
224 9.3 c Take into account the extent to which the OH&S policy has been met And the objectives have been achieved, cf. sub-clauses 5.2 and 6.2
225 9.3 d 1 Take into account information on the OH&S performance And trends in incidents, nonconformities, corrective actions and continual improvement, cf. sub-clause 10.2 and 10.3
226 9.3 d 2 Take into account information on the OH&S performance And trends in inspection results, cf. sub-clause 9.1
227 9.3 d 3 Take into account information on the OH&S performance And trends in results of evaluation of compliance with legal requirements, cf. sub-clause 6.1.3
228 9.3 d 4 Take into account information on the OH&S performance And trends in audit results, cf. sub-clause 9.2
229 9.3 d 5 Take into account information on the OH&S performance And trends in consultation and participation of workers, cf. sub-clause 5.4
230 9.3 d 6 Take into account information on the OH&S performance And trends in risks and opportunities, cf. sub-clause 6.1
231 9.3 e Take into account adequacy of resources In order to maintain the OH&SMS, cf. sub-clause 7.1
232 9.3 f Take into account relevant communication With all interested parties, cf. sub-clause 7.4
233 9.3 g Take into account opportunities for continual improvement That we shall seize
234 9.3 Include in the outputs of the management review decisions Related on the adequacy, suitability and continual effectiveness of the OH&SMS to achieve the expected results
235 9.3 Include in the outputs of the management review decisions Related on continual improvement opportunities, cf. clause 10
236 9.3 Include in the outputs of the management review decisions Related on needs for changes to the OH&SMS, cf. sub-clause 8.1.3
237 9.3 Include in the outputs of the management review decisions Related on resources needed, cf. sub-clause 7.1
238 9.3 Include in the outputs of the management review decisions Related on actions to take, if needed
239 9.3 Include in the outputs of the management review decisions Related on integration of the OH&SMS with business processes
240 9.3 Include in the outputs of the management review decisions Related on implications for the strategic direction of the company
241 9.3 Communicate the outputs of the management review to workers And to workers' representatives, if they exist
242 9.3 Retain documented information on the results of the review of management Cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
   10
Improvement
Act
   10.1
General
beginning
243 10.1 Determine opportunities for improvement Cf. sub-clauses 9.1, 9.2 and 9.3
244 10.1 Undertake actions In order to achieve the intended outcomes of the OH&SMS
   10.2
Incident, nonconformity and corrective action
 beginning
245 10.2 Establish, apply and maintain a process to determine and manage incidents and nonconformities Including the report, the investigation and the action plan
246 10.2 a 1 Respond quickly when an incident or nonconformity occurs In order to be able to control and correct
247 10.2 a 2 Respond quickly when an incident or nonconformity occurs In order to deal with consequences
248 10.2 b 1 Evaluate the need for corrective action by investigating the incident or reviewing the nonconformity Include worker participation (cf. sub-clause 5.4) and other interested parties. Corrective action to eliminate the root cause so it does not recur
249 10.2 b 2 Evaluate the need for corrective action by determining the causes of the incident Or the causes of the nonconformity
250 10.2 b 3 Evaluate the need for corrective action by determining if similar incidents and nonconformities have occurred Or could occur
251 10.2 c Review existing assessments of OH&S risks or other risks, as appropriate Cf. sub-clause 6.1
252 10.2 d Determine and apply any action needed, including corrective action In accordance with the hierarchy of prevention means (cf. sub-clause 8.1.2) and change management (cf. sub-clause 8.1.3)
253 10.2 e Assess OH&S risks prior to taking action Actions that could generate new hazards or modify hazards already identified
254 10.2 f Review the effectiveness of any action taken Including any corrective action
255 10.2 g Make changes to the OH&SMS If necessary
256 10.2 Undertake corrective actions appropriate to the actual or potential consequences Regarding incidents and nonconformities encountered
257 10.2 Retain documented information on the nature of the incidents or nonconformities And any action taken, cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
258 10.2 Retain documented information on the nature of the incidents or nonconformities And results of any action and its effectiveness, cf. sub-clause 7.5.1
259 10.2 Communicate this documented information to workers or their representatives And to any other interested party
   10.3
Continual improvement
 beginning
260  10.3 a Improve continually the suitability, adequacy and effectiveness of the OH&SMS By improving the OH&S performance
261  10.3 b Improve continually the suitability, adequacy and effectiveness of the OH&SMS By promoting a favorable OH&S culture
262  10.3 c Improve continually the suitability, adequacy and effectiveness of the OH&SMS By promoting worker participation in the continual improvement of the OH&SMS
263  10.3 d Improve continually the suitability, adequacy and effectiveness of the OH&SMS By communicating the results of continual improvement to workers and their representatives
264  10.3 e Improve continually the suitability, adequacy and effectiveness of the OH&SMS By maintaining and retaining documented information on continual improvement, cf. sub-clause 7.5.1