ISO 9001 : 2015 COURSES

Duration: 1 Day
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: None

Target Group: Designed for employers to develop the ISO9001:2015 skills in the workforce, and to provide individuals with a desire to become recognised Quality Managers or Lead Auditors, with a sound departure on route to success.

INTRODUCTION
This course is developed with your organisation in mind. It deliver on the requirements and intention of the ISO9001:2015 and prepare individuals to actively participate in the meeting of organisational quality objectives.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of ISO9001:2015
MODULE 2: Interpretation and Meaning of 10 Clauses and Terminology
MODULE 3: Define a Quality Policy
MODULE 4: Explaining the context of a business
MODULE 4: The importance of planning
MODULE 5: Risk based thinking explained
MODULE 6: Implementation of a Quality Management System requirements
MODULE 7: Discuss Measurement and Evaluation of the Quality Management System
MODULE 8: Explain Management Review & Improvement
MODULE 9: Managing Quality Risks
Module 10: Preparing to implement ISO9001:2015

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO9001:2015 material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an introduction course there are no specific previous training requirements.

Duration: 3 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: Introduction to ISO 9001:2015

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining a Quality Management System. Delivered to employers, with a need to develop the ISO9001:2015 skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide Quality Coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised Quality Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound ISO9001:2015 cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION
This course is developed with your organisation in mind as it deliver on the requirements and intention of ISO 9001:2015 standard and the means of how to improve your business performance, by providing the learner with the knowledge and tools to implement ISO9001:2015 in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of ISO9001:2015
MODULE 2: Annexe SL
MODULE 3: Establishing and determining context of the business and scoping of system
MODULE 4: Defining leadership and determining specific leadership responsibilities
MODULE 5: Planning the ISO 9001 system and Implementation
MODULE 6: Setting support structures
MODULE 7: Implementation of a Quality Management System requirements in the operations of the organisation
MODULE 8: Discuss measurement and evaluation of the Quality Management System
MODULE 9: How to implement, maintain and execute performance management
MODULE 10: Improvement
MODULE 11: Managing Quality and System Risks
MODULE 12: Preparing organisation to implement ISO9001:2015

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO9001:2015 Material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
Introduction to ISO9001 is a requirement.

Individuals Duration: 5 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: ISO 9001:2015 Implementation

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for auditing the Environmental system. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the ISO9001:2015 auditor skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide Quality Coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised Quality Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound IOS19011:2011 cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION
This course deliver on the requirements and intention of the ISO19011:2011 standard to audit ISO9001:2015 systems. The learner will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to audit ISO9001:2015 in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Detailed review of ISO 9001 series
MODULE 2: ISO19011:2011 Interpretation and Terminology
MODULE 3: How to apply QMS audit principles and practices
MODULE 4: Roles and responsibilities of auditor
MODULE 5: The processes involved with managing audit programs
MODULE 6: Audit Planning
MODULE 7: ISO9001:2015 evidence gathering records verification
MODULE 8: Initiating and preparing for an audit
MODULE 9: Audit Meetings
MODULE 10: Post audit activities and report delivering techniques
MODULE 11: Case Studies

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO19011:2011 AND ISO9001:2015 Material and an audit workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
Introduction to ISO 9001 is a requirement.

ISO 14001:2015 COURSES

Duration: 1 Day
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: None

Target Group: Designed for employers to develop the ISO 14001:2015 skills in the workforce, and to provide individuals with a desire to become recognised Environmental Professionals or Lead Auditors with a sound departure to success.

INTRODUCTION

This course is developed with your organisation in mind. It delivers on the requirements and intention of the ISO14001: 2015 and prepare individuals to actively participate in the meeting of organisational Environmental objectives.

COURSE OUTLINE

MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of ISO 14001:2015
MODULE 2: Interpretation and Meaning of 10 Clauses and Terminology
MODULE 3: Define an Environmental Policy, Impacts and Aspects
MODULE 4: Explaining the context of a business
MODULE 4: The importance of planning
MODULE 5: Risk based thinking explained
MODULE 6: Implementation of a Environmental Management System requirements
MODULE 7: Discuss Measurement and Evaluation of the Environmental Management System
MODULE 8: Explain Management Review & Improvement
MODULE 9: Managing Environmental Risks
Module 10: Preparing to implement ISO14001:2015

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO14001: 2015 Material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an Introduction course there are no specific previous training requirements

Duration: 3 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: Introduction to ISO14001:2015

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining an Environmental Management System. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the ISO14001:2015 skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide Environmental Coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised Environmental Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound ISO14001:2015 cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION
This course is developed with your organisation in mind as it deliver on the requirements and intention of the ISO14001:2015 and the means of how to improve your business performance, by providing the learner with the knowledge and tools to implement ISO 14001:2015 in the organisation..

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of ISO14001:2015
MODULE 2: Annexe SL
MODULE 3: Establishing and determining context of the business and scoping of system
MODULE 4: Defining leadership and determining specific leadership responsibilities
MODULE 5: Planning the ISO 14001 system and Implementation
MODULE 6: Setting support structures
MODULE 7: Implementation of a Environmental Management System Requirements in the operations of the organisation
MODULE 8: Discuss measurement and evaluation of the Environmental Management System
MODULE 9: How to implement, maintain and execute performance management
MODULE 10: Improvement
MODULE 11: Managing Environmental and System Risks
MODULE 12: Preparing organisation to implement ISO14001:2015

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO14001:2015 Material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
Introduction to ISO14001 is a requirement.

Duration: 5 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: ISO 14001:2015 Implementation

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for auditing the Environmental system. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the ISO14001:2015 auditor skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide Environmental coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised Environmental Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound ISO 19011:2011 cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION
This course delivers on the requirements and intention of the ISO 19011:2011 standard to audit ISO 14001:2015 systems. The learner will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to audit ISO 14001:2015 in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Detailed Review of ISO14001 series
MODULE 2: ISO19011:2011 Interpretation and Terminology
MODULE 3: How to apply EMS audit principles and practices
MODULE 4: Roles and Responsibilities of Auditor
MODULE 5: The processes involved with managing audit programs
MODULE 6: Audit Planning
MODULE 7: ISO14001:2015 evidence gathering records verification
MODULE 8: Initiating and preparing for an audit
MODULE 9: Audit Meetings
MODULE 10: Post audit activities and report delivering techniques
MODULE 11: Case Studies

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO 19011:2011 and ISO 14001:2015 material and an audit workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
ISO 14001 implementation is a requirement.

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OHSAS 18001: 2007 COURSES

Duration: 1 Day
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: None

Target Group: Designed for employers to develop the OHSAS18001:2007 skills in the workforce, and to provide individuals with a desire to become recognised Health and Safety Professionals or Lead Auditors with a sound departure to success.

INTRODUCTION
This course is developed with your organisation in mind. It deliver on the requirements and intention of the OHSAS18001:2007 and prepare individuals to actively participate in the meeting of organisational OHS objectives.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of OHSAS18001
MODULE 2: Interpretation and Meaning of Management Clauses and Terminology
MODULE 3: Define an OHS Policy
MODULE 4: OHS Hazards and Risks
MODULE 4: Management System Requirements of OHSAS 18001: 2007
MODULE 5: Legal Requirements
MODULE 6: Implementation Requirements and Identifying OHS Objectives
MODULE 7: Discuss Incidents, Non-conformances, Measurement and Evaluation of the OHS Management System
MODULE 8: Explain Management Review
MODULE 9: Preparing to implement OHSAS18001:2007
MODULE 10: Transition to ISO 45001:2017

Learning Material
Course material consists of OHSAS 18001:2007 Material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an introduction course there are no specific previous training requirements.

Duration: 3 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: Introduction to OHSAS 18001:2007

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining an OHSAS 18001 Health & Safety System. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the OHSAS18001:2007 skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide OHS coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised Health and Safety Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound OHSAS 18001: 2007 cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION

This course is developed with your organisation in mind, it delivers on the requirements and intention of the OHSAS 18001:2007 and the means of how to improve your business performance, by providing the learner with the knowledge and tools to implement OHSAS 18001:2007 in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE

MODULE 1: Detailed Review of OHSAS18001 – PDCA Cycle
MODULE 2: Interpretation and Meaning of Management Clauses and Terminology
MODULE 3: Review of major issues and defining an OHS Policy
MODULE 4: OHS Hazards and Risk Assessment and Tools – Context of business
MODULE 5: Scoping the Management System and applicable requirements of OHSAS 18001: 2007
MODULE 6: Legal Requirements
MODULE 7: Planning for operational controls
MODULE 8: Setting OHS Objectives
MODULE 9: Understand Incidents, Non-conformances, Measurement and Evaluation of the OHS Management System and investigations – Rcat
MODULE 10: Define Management and system review
MODULE 11: Preparing the organisation to implement OHSAS 18001:2007
MODULE 12: Transition to ISO 45001:2017

Learning Material
Course material consists of OHSAS 18001:2007 material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an advanced course, experience in HIRA, OHS Act and Incident Investigation will be to the advantage of the learner.

Duration: 5 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: Implementation of OHSAS 18001:2007

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining an OHSAS 18001 Health & Safety system. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the OHSAS18001:2007 legal skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide OHS coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised Health and Safety Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound OHSAS18001: 2007 legal cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION
This course is developed with your organisation in mind as it deliver on the requirements and intention of the OHSAS 18001:2007 legal requirements and the means of how to improve your business performance, by providing the learner with the knowledge and tools to implement legal requirements as defined by the OHSAS 18001: 2007 in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Detailed Review of OHSAS 18001 – Legal Requirements
MODULE 2: Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993
MODULE 3: Regulations
•General Regulations
•Technical Regulations
•Mechanical
•Electrical
•Health Regulations
MODULE 4: Mines Health and Safety Act 29 of 1996
MODULE 5: Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993
MODULE 6: SANS 10400 – Emergency and Fire Controls
MODULE 7: Municipal By-Laws
MODULE 8: Effect of Extended Legislation

Learning Material
Course material consists of OHSAS 18001:2007 material, Legal references manual and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an advanced course, experience in OHSAS 18001, HIRA, and Incident Investigation will be to the advantage of the learner.

Duration: 5 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: OHSAS 18001:2007 Implementation

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for auditing the OHSAS 18001 Health & Safety system. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the OHSAS18001:2007 auditor skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide OHS coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised Health and Safety Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound ISO 19011:2011 cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION
This course delivers on the requirements and intention of the ISO 19011:2011 standard to audit OHSAS 18001:2007 systems. The learner will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to audit OHSAS 18001: 2007 in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Detailed Review of OHSAS 18001 series
MODULE 2: ISO 19011:2011 Interpretation and Terminology
MODULE 3: How to apply OHS-MS audit principles and practices
MODULE 4: Roles and Responsibilities of Auditor
MODULE 5: The processes involved with managing audit programs
MODULE 6: Audit Planning
MODULE 7: OHSAS 18001:2007 evidence gathering records verification
MODULE 8: Initiating and preparing for an audit
MODULE 9: Audit Meetings
MODULE 10: Post audit activities and report delivering techniques
MODULE 11: Case Studies

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO 1901:2011 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Material and an Audit workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an advanced course, experience in OHSAS 18001; HIRA, OHS Act and Incident Investigation will be to the advantage of the learner.

ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 COMBINATION COURSES

Duration: 1 Day
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: None

Target Group: Designed for employers to develop the HSE skills in the workforce and to provide individuals with a desire to become recognised HSE Professionals or Lead Auditors with a sound departure to success.

INTRODUCTION
This course is developed with your organisation in mind. It deliver on the requirements and intention of the ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 and prepare individuals to actively participate in the meeting of organisational HSE objectives.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of OHSAS18001 and ISO14001
MODULE 2: Interpretation and Meaning of Management Clauses and Terminology
MODULE 3: Define an HSE Policy
MODULE 4: HSE Hazards, Risks, Impacts and Aspects
MODULE 4: Context of business and Management System Requirements
MODULE 5: HSE Legal Requirements and HSE Management System Planning
MODULE 6: Implementation Requirements and Identifying HSE Objectives
MODULE 7: Discuss Incidents, Non-conformances, Measurement and Evaluation of the OHS Management System
MODULE 8: Explain Management Review and Improvement
MODULE 9: Preparing to implement HSE ISO System

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an Introduction course there are no specific previous training requirements.

Duration: 3 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: Introduction to ISO14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining an HSE Management system. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide HSE coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised HSE Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 cognitive skills.INTRODUCTION
This course is developed with your organisation in mind as it deliver on the requirements and intention of the ISO14001:2015 and OHSAS18001:2007, including the means of how to improve your business performance, by providing the learner with the knowledge and tools to implement ISO 14001:2015 in the organisation..

COURSE OUTLINE

MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of SO’s
MODULE 2: Annexe SL
MODULE 3: Establishing and determining context of the business and scoping of system
MODULE 4: Defining leadership and determining specific leadership responsibilities
MODULE 5: Planning the HSEsystem and Implementation
MODULE 6: Setting support structures
MODULE 7: Implementation of a HSEManagement System Requirements in the operations of the organisation
MODULE 8: Discuss Measurement and Evaluation of the HSE Management System
MODULE 9: How to implement, maintain and execute performance management
MODULE 10: Improvement
MODULE 11: Managing HSE and System Risks
MODULE 12: Preparing organisation to implement ISO14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Material and a practical workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
Introduction to ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 is a requirement.

Duration: 5 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Implementation

Target Group: This course is designed for those individuals responsible for auditing the HSE system. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the HSE auditor skills in the executive and line management core, and to provide HSE coordinators and managers with a desire to become recognised HSE Professionals or Lead Auditors with sound IOS19011:2011 cognitive skills.

INTRODUCTION

This course deliver on the requirements and intention of the ISO19011:2011 standard to audit HSE Management systems. The learner will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to audit HSE Systems in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE

MODULE 1: Detailed Review of ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS18001 series
MODULE 2: ISO19011:2011 Interpretation and Terminology
MODULE 3: How to apply HSE-MS audit principles and practices
MODULE 4: Roles and Responsibilities of Auditor
MODULE 5: The processes involved with managing audit programs
MODULE 6: Audit Planning
MODULE 7: ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 evidence gathering records verification
MODULE 8: Initiating and preparing for an audit
MODULE 9: Audit Meetings
MODULE 10: Post audit activities and report delivering techniques
MODULE 11: Case Studies

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO 1901:2011, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSAS 18001:2007 Material and an Audit workbook.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an advanced course, experience in ISO 14001:2015; OHSAS 18001; HIRA, Legislation and Incident Investigation will be to the advantage of the learner.

Duration: 1 Day
Pre-Requisites: Literate
Target Group: SHEQ Practitioners; Middle Management; Supervisors; SHE Committee members; Employees, Contractors; Security Officials and Health & Safety Representatives.

INTRODUCTION
Being prepared for and knowing what to do in an emergency forms an integrated part of loss prevention. In order to optimize the effectiveness of an Emergency Response Plan, it is essential that all the affected stakeholders in the organization are familiar with and trained in the requirements of this
Plan. This course provides employees with the techniques to effectively participate in the development and implementation of an Emergency Response Plan.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
An essential element in a successful Health, Safety and Environmental Management system is the planning for emergencies and anticipation for disasters. The objective of this course is to provide the learners with the necessary information to develop emergency plans, in order to maximize the effectiveness of the company during the management of an unwanted event, as well as to minimize consequential losses during the event. On completion of the course the learner will be able to define and describe:

– Hazards and risks
– Develop a physical emergency plan
– State the objective of the plan
– Appoint responsible persons
– Establish communication requirements
– Determine resources needed
– Develop procedures
– Establish training needs

Module 1: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING AND DISASTER ANTICIPATION
– During this module the learner will be exposed to the requirements of emergency planning and reference to previous disasters will be covered.

Module 2: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PLAN
– Causation Model;
– Pre-contact management;
– Contact management
– Post-contact management.

Module 3: EMERGENCY PLANNING
– Identification of hazards;
– Risk assessment;
– Corrective Action Planning

Module 4: EMERGENCY PLAN DEVELOPMENT
– Objective of the plan
– Assignment of responsibility
– Communication requirements
– Resources needed
– Procedures for each emergency
– Training requirements
– Evaluation of the plan

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ISO SUPPORTING COURSES

Duration: 3 Days
Credits: NA
SAQA ID: NA
NQF Level: NA
Pre-Requisites: Implementation of 9001, 14001 and 18001

Target Group: This course is designed for those responsible for implementing the ISO Systems. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the risk management skills in those members responsible for establishing and measureing the level of risk in the organisation.

INTRODUCTION
This course delivers on the requirements and intention of the ISO 31000:2009 standard to assess ISO systems. The learner will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to assess ISO 9001; ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001 in the organisation.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: ISO Risk based thinking
MODULE 2: ISO 31000:2009 Interpretation and Terminology
MODULE 3: ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 Risk requirements
MODULE 4: Roles and Responsibilities of Assesor
MODULE 5: Historical Overview of Risk Management
MODULE 6: Legal Risk Requirements
MODULE 7: Hazard Indentification
MODULE 8: Identifying and Assessing the Risk
MODULE 9: Risk Criticality
MODULE 10: Risk Reduction Strategies
MODULE 11: Risudial risks and Control measures

Learning Material
Course material consists of ISO 31000 Material and a Risk Manual.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an advanced course, experience in ISO’s, OHS Act and Incident Investigation will be to the advantage of the learner.

Duration: 2 Days
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: Good communication and basic mathematics

Target Group: This course is designed for those responsible for reporting and investigating workplace non-conformances and incidents/accidents. Delivered to employers with a need to develop the investigation skills to improve overall performance in the organisation.

INTRODUCTION
This course delivers on the requirements and intention of legislation and ISO standards. The learner will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to investigate all system non-conformances and accidents/incidents.

COURSE OUTLINE
MODULE 1: Incident and Non-conformance Classification
MODULE 2: Investigation Requirements defined in Legislation
MODULE 2: Causation Module – Reasons why incidents occur
MODULE 3: Investigation techniques
•Root Cause Analysis
•Fault Tree Analysis
MODULE 4: Roles and Responsibilities of Investigator
MODULE 5: Interviewing Skills
MODULE 6: Workplace Requirements for Incident Investigation
MODULE 7: Incident Scene Management
MODULE 8: The Investigation
•Gathering of information
MODULE 9: Post Investigation Activities
•Recommendations
•Corrective Measures and Risks
•Report Writing
MODULE 10: Improvement

Learning Material
Course material consists of Incident Investigation Learner Guide.

Language
This course is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is an advanced course, experience in ISO’s, Legal and HIRA will be to the advantage of the learner.

Duration: 0,5 Day
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: None

Target Group: All persons involved with the implementation of ISO 9001; 14001 and OHSAS 18001 (DIS 45001).

INTRODUCTION
Most companies struggle with the term and outcomes of the clause 4 Context of the business. This seminar provides a clear understanding and simple tools to achieve compliance with this clause with ease.

Seminar Outline

MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of ISO’s
MODULE 2: Terminology
MODULE 3: Risk Based Thinking Explained
MODULE 4: Context of the Organization
•Business Factors
•Interested Parties
•Scoping the Management System
•Establishing the management system
Learning Material
Seminar material consists of ISO 9001:2015 Material.

Language
This seminar is presented in English.

Course Requirements

As this is a seminar there are no specific previous training requirements,

Duration: 0,5 Day
Credits: N/A
SAQA ID: N/A
NQF Level: N/A
Pre-Requisites: None

Target Group: Executive Management and all persons involved with the implementation of ISO 9001; 14001 and OHSAS 18001 (DIS 45001).

INTRODUCTION
The transformation from management responsibilities to leadership in the new ISO standards causes executive management to find themselves in the desert as this approach obviously requires senior and executive management involvement. This seminar deliver the unwritten requirements to comply with this clause

Seminar Outline
MODULE 1: Origin and Objective of ISO’s
MODULE 2: Terminology
MODULE 3: Risk Based Thinking Explained
MODULE 4: Leadership
•Leadership and commitment
•Policy requirements
•Roles and responsibilities
Learning Material
Seminar material consists of ISO9001:2015 Material.

Language
This seminar is presented in English.

Course Requirements
As this is a seminar there are no specific previous training requirements.

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