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OHSAS 18001:2007

Occupational Health and Safety
- Health is the most valuable good -

OHSAS 18001?

OHSAS 18001:2007

Prevention is better than aftercare. This is especially true for occupational health and safety. A certified management system in accordance with OHSAS 18001:2007, in short OHSAS 18001, can reduce risks that stem from accidents or overexertion. Protect your staff and your organisation from the consequences of work-related accidents and damage to your staff health, through planned and monitored processes.

OHSAS 18001


OHSAS 18001 provides a framework within which you can adjust your occupational health and safety processes to align them with your organisational and health goals. Even though, unlike its successor ISO 45001, OHSAS 18001 does not follow the “High-Level-Structure” it is still compatible with other standards, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 or ISO 27001, and can be integrated with them to form a management system. 

Show your staff, business partners and clients that occupational health and safety is a priority for your organisation with a CertEuropA Certificate of conformity 18001.


Focus on Occupational Health and Safety

  • Enhancement of Occupational Safety

    • The constant enhancement of occupational safety will make adjusting to changing requirements easier.

  • Cost and time reduction

    • Consequential damages and delays in your day-to-day business can be reduced through minimiSed staff shortages.

  • Minimising Risks and Maximising Opportunities 

    • Consistent and continuous risk and opportunity management allows you to act       instead of react in the right moments.

  • Enhancement of competitiveness / Market acceptance

    • A certified OHS management system can make new customer acquisition easier and lower barriers to entry 

  • Enrichment through CertEuropA expertise 

    • The CertEuropA GmbH is a German, internationally recognised certification authority. Profit from our know-how and the expertise of our experts and auditors.

Transitioning from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001


If you are interested in transitioning from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001, we recommend a structured approach. In most cases, no deep-reaching changes need to be made to the existing management system. 


  • Create an expert team of OHS officers and health experts

  • Make sure you fully understand ISO 45001 and the differences to OHSAS 18001

  • Use a GAP analysis to create a measurement plan that will allow you to adjust your management system

  • Implement your measurements in accordance with your measurement plan within your processes, leadership positions and responsibilities

  • Sensitise your staff, suppliers and service providers to the changes of ISO 45001

  • Complete an internal audit and a management review in accordance with ISO 45001

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