Our Procurement Guide to ISO 45001 includes both guidance, checklists and templates usable also for ISOs 9001 and 14001. These can be used as solutions for creating pre-qualification systems so that the competence of contractors or outsourcers is verified before they expose workers to risks to health and safety in the workplace. The meanings and definitions are given of all those responsible in the supply chain, such as contractors, workers, interested parties and outsourcers. The supply chain can undermine the intended outcomes of client and procuring organisations by bringing risks and hazards into the workplace or by their inadequate OH&S performance. This ISO 45001 procurement guide is a model for ISOs 9001 and 14001. You can use the Guide to help top management and other interested parties understand their roles, responsibilities and accountability. Scroll down to Peek inside
This Guide will help users manage the quality, environment and occupational health and safety in their supply chain. Procurers, client organisations who operate an EHSQ system have to ensure that their supply chain conform to the “intended outcomes” of their IMS.