ISO 45001 – A Global OH&S Management System Standard

Earn 1.5 Contact Hours

Earlier this year, ISO initiated the development of a new occupational health and safety management system standard.  This standard, designated as ISO 45001, will establish globally-accepted requirements for third-party certification of an OH&S management system.  It is intended to replace the OHSAS 18001 standard.

In order to conform to the requirements set out in Annex SL of the ISO Directives,  the rules governing the development of ISO standards, this standard will utilize the same common structure, definitions and core text that is being used for the revisions of ISO 14001 and ISO 9001, the environmental and quality management system standards.

This webinar will:

  • Outline the high-level elements of ISO 45001

  • Discuss the three impacts ISO 45001 will have on organizations 

  • Identify the five key issues that will need to be resolved in the development process

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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Outline the high-level elements of the ISO 45001 

  • Discuss the three impacts ISO 45001 will have on organizations

  • Identify the five key issues that will need to be resolved in the development process

Presenter: Thea Dunmire, JD, CIH, CSP

Thea Dunmire is the President of ENLAR® Compliance Services.  She specializes in helping organizations implement environmental and occupational health and safety management systems. 

For over ten years, Thea has actively participated in developing management system standards, including OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001 and ISO 19011 – guidance for conducting management system audits. She chairs the ANSI Z1 management system auditing subcommittee.

Thea is participating in the development of the ISO 45001 standard as a U.S. Expert and the leader of the international Terminology Task Group. 

Thea got her undergraduate degree from the University of Iowa in biomedical engineering and worked as an industrial hygienist for several years before returning to law school. She got her law degree from Syracuse University and was an attorney at U.S. EPA Region 5 and partner at Dickinson Wright in Chicago before she started ENLAR Compliance Services. 

She is an active member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and an AIHA Fellow.​

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