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Free OHSAS 18001 safety standard readiness analysis at your site
Most firms have safety programs of one kind or another. Companies seeking excellence in preventing accident, injury, and illness implement OHSAS 18001 health/safety management programs.
How about you? Have you ever wondered what it would take to get your firm certified to OHSAS 18001 health/safety excellence?
Now you can find out - from an OHSAS 18001 authority - absolutely free.
During a one day visit to your facility, we'll evaluate the health/safety impacts of your processes, review your safety controls, map it all to the OHSAS 18001 standard, and prepare a report with an outline on the actions and steps needed to get you to OHSAS 18001 compliance and certification.
At no cost to you. And no further obligation.
Offer ends August 31, 2014. The visit must be booked during the month of September 2014. Availability is limited, so call Rob Kantner at 989-289-6005 today!
Free OHSAS 18001
implementation road map
OHSAS 18001: What does it take to implement a health/safety management system?
There is a set of generic steps that get the job done. We know that, because we've done it many times for clients all over North America.
And now, we've summarized these steps in graphical form.
(Hover over the thumbnail to see an expanded view!
Our exclusive OHSAS 18001 Implementation Road Map outlines all the generic steps necessary to design, develop, and implement an effective OHSAS 18001 health/safety management system.
And believe it or not, it's free. No obligation. Just complete and submit the form below and we'll upload the .pdf format road map to you right away.
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Before you hire an ISO consultant. . .do your due diligence
The field is awash in corporations and individuals calling themselves ISO consultants. (When you google "ISO consultant" you get somewhere around 2,340,000 hits!) From enormous multinational accounting and mainstream consulting organizations to mom/pop outfits, they are everywhere.
But it's like everything else. A few are excellent, many are adequate, some are, well, not so good. How do you choose?
Check out our list of 17 Answers to Get from a prospective ISO consultant. Ask the 17 questions and evaluate the answers. This exercise will help you separate the wheat from the chaff.