It sets out the minimum requirements for occupational health and safety(OHS) management best practices. Work with us to bring ISO 45001 into your business and you can achieve the maximum return for your employees, your operations, and your customers. It can help you put in place the policies, procedures, and controls needed for your organization to achieve the best possible working conditions, aligned with internationally recognized best practices

ISO 45001:2018 (OHSMS)

ISO 45001:2018 is an international standard for occupational health and safety management systems (OHSMS). It provides a framework for organizations to manage their occupational health and safety responsibilities and improve their occupational health and safety performance. 

ISO 45001:2018 Certification specifies the requirements for an occupational health and safety (OSH) management system, and provides guidance for its use, enabling organizations to prevent accidents and occupational diseases as well as improve their OSH to be able to provide safe and healthy workplace.

ISO 45001:2018 Certification applies to any organization that improves OSH management by improving occupational health and safety, eliminating risks and reducing OSH risks (including system gaps), leveraging OSH opportunities, and addressing OSH management desires to install, implement and maintain the system. Non-conformity of the system is associated with its activities.

ISO 45001:2018 Certification helps an organization achieve the expected results of the OHE & S management system. According to the organization’s OSH policy, expected outcomes of the OSH management system include:

ISO 14001:2015 (EMS)

ISO 14001 Certification was first published in 1996 and specifies the actual requirements of an environmental management System. This applies to the environmental aspects over which the organization has control and over which its effect can be expected.
It provides a framework for organizations to manage their environmental responsibilities and improve their environmental performance. ISO 14001:2015 Certification is often considered as the founding standard of the ISO 14000 series. However, it is not only the best known, but the only ISO 14000 standard against which it is currently possible to be certified by an external certification authority. However, it does not by itself set specific environmental performance criteria. The goal of ISO 14001:2014 is to help organizations minimize their negative impact on the environment and ensure their operations are sustainable. Compliance with ISO 14001:2014 is voluntary, but it can demonstrate an organization’s commitment to environmental protection and can also provide a competitive advantage.


SMETA stands for SEDEX Members Ethical Trade Audit. It is a social auditing methodology, enabling businesses to assess their sites and suppliers to understand working conditions in their supply chain. SMETA is designed to help auditors conduct high quality audits that encompass all aspects of responsible business practice, covering SEDEX’s four pillars of labor, health and safety, environment, and business ethics.

The SMETA audit is designed to assess the ethical and sustainability performance of suppliers and manufacturers, and to provide a benchmark against which organizations can assess and improve their ethical and sustainability performance. The audit covers a range of topics, including the treatment of workers, working conditions, health and safety, environmental impact, and business ethics.

SMETA is based on the International Labor Organization (ILO) Conventions and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards, and is aligned with the requirements of major retailers and brand owners. The SMETA audit is conducted by trained auditors, who use a structured audit methodology to assess the ethical and sustainability performance of the supplier or manufacturer.

The SMETA audit provides a valuable tool for organizations looking to assess and improve their ethical and sustainability performance, and to demonstrate their commitment to responsible sourcing and supply chain management. It is widely used by major retailers, brand owners, and suppliers around the world.


The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a U.S. federal law that was enacted in 1996. HIPAA sets national standards for protecting the privacy and security of individually identifiable health information (PHI) and provides rules for how PHI can be used, disclosed, and stored. The law applies to health plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and healthcare providers who electronically transmit any health information in connection with certain transactions, such as submitting claims for payment.

This HIPAA compliance guide from First Healthcare Compliance is a user-friendly resource designed to help healthcare, administrative, and compliance professionals, whether they serve as a covered entity or a business associate, better understand their HIPAA compliance responsibilities under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. The book explains HIPAA privacy, security, enforcement and breach notification in plain language, and provides a comprehensive HIPPA compliance checklist that entities can use to get their compliance efforts off the ground.


WASH stands for “Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene.” A WASH certification is a recognition or endorsement given to individuals, organizations, or facilities that meet certain standards and requirements in the provision of water, sanitation, and hygiene services. The exact standards and criteria for WASH certification may vary depending on the certifying body and the specific sector (e.g., schools, health facilities, communities). The objective of WASH certification is to promote and ensure the availability and sustainable management of safe water and sanitation facilities, as well as the adoption of good hygiene practices, for the benefit of public health and well-being.


Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) is a systematic approach to determining potential problems that may be uncovered by reviewing the safety of designs and revisiting existing processes and operations in chemical, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, and nuclear industries. The goal of a HAZOP study is to identify and assess the likelihood and consequences of potential accidents or incidents, and to recommend measures to eliminate or reduce the risks associated with those events.

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