OHSAS 18001 Implementation
QRC provides OHSAS 18001 implementation assistance and consulting services. No one can match our experience in providing OHSAS 18001 Implementation and Audit services. We have certified more companies and trained and certified more auditors than any other firm. Our record of 100% first time success is unmatched. Most of our professionals are engineers or other type of professional. We are number 1 in terms of expertise, cost, efficiency, and value.
We offer a Minimum Time to Initial Certification
Industry studies have found the standard time for implementing OHSAS 18001 without outside assistance ranges from 18 months to two years. With our services the time required to implement the OHSAS 18001 Standard is typically 7 months saving you time and valuable staff resources.
We Deliver to an Agreed Upon Timeline
A calendar of events is prepared based on considerations defined by your organization.
We Provide Highly Skilled Project Management
The Implementation Project is jointly managed by an ISO Coordinator from your company and QRC’s OHSAS 18001 specialist. The ISO Coordinator schedules the activities and access to personnel that is needed for the activities shown on the timeline. We work collaboratively with your team to minimize time and maximize the effectiveness. We use our expertise to get the work done quickly, and ensure that your personnel are trained to operate and maintain the ISO quality system to ensure a smooth transition.
Our Record of 100% First-time Certification Success is Unmatched
All companies that have used QRC’s full-service implementation program have received certification following their first audit by a Registrar.
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Companies generally report that Quality Resource Center’s quoted cost is significantly less than it would cost them to do the work themselves.
Organizations worldwide recognize the need to control and improve health and safety performance, and do so with occupational health and safety management systems (OHSMS). However before 1999 there was a proliferation of national standards and proprietary certification schemes to choose from. This caused confusion and fragmentation in the market; undermined the credibility of each individual scheme; and potentially created trade barriers.
OHSAS 18001 was originally a British Standards Institute (BSI) www.bsi.org International Standard for Occupational Health and Safety management systems that was adopted worldwide. Its purpose is to facilitate an effective occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) that can be integrated with other management requirements and help organizations achieve better occupational health and safety performance and economic objectives.
Today, OHSAS 18001 is the world’s most respected and recognized occupational health and safety management systems standard.