OHSAS 18001 self assessment

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OHSAS 18001:2007 Self Assessment Checklist S003, Issue 2, November 2007 This document restates the requirements of OHSAS18001:2007 for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS) and has been developed to assist NCSI and its clients in the assessment of for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems for compliance with OHSAS18001:2007. This checklist presents the requirements of OHSAS18001:2007 as questions and can be used as an effective tool for implementing the Occupational Health and Safety Management System and for self-assessment of the system. NCSI Publication OHSAS – S003 Issue No. 2 Issue Date: November 2007 Print Date: 13-Dec-07 ISO 18001:2007 SELF ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST TABLE OF…show more content…
Does it include those hazards and risks which you can control or over which you could be expected to have an influence upon? Is the scope of the OHS management system defined and formally documented within your organisation’s OHS management system (OHSMS) documentation? Are there activities that are excluded from the scope of the OHS management system and are the reasons for exclusion acceptable? An NCSI Publication S003/Issue 2/November 2007 Print Date: 13 December 2007 Page 1 NCSI Publication OHSAS – S003 Issue No. 2 Issue Date: November 2007 Print Date: 13-Dec-07 OHSAS18001:2007 SELF ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST OHSAS 18001 REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS ON SYSTEM STATUS 4.2 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY Has top management defined your organisation’s OH&S policy? I. Is the policy consistent with the scope of the OH&S management system? II. Is the policy appropriate to the nature, scale and OH&S risks in your activities, products or services? III. What commitment does your policy make to continual improvement? IV. What commitment does your policy make to the prevention of injury and ill heath in the workplace? V. Does the OH&S policy include a commitment to comply with applicable OH&S legislation and regulations, and with other requirements to which you subscribe that relate to your OH&S hazards (e.g. Industry sector guidelines)? VI. Does the policy provide the framework for
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