Adviso’s Shared Work Approach for achieving ISO 45001 Certification is a perfect option for small sized businesses that want to play a significant role in the project and keep consulting costs to a minimum. Companies that have limited resources or a tight deadline for obtaining certification may opt for the consultant to perform more work on their behalf.
Australian Subsidiary of a Global Polymer Company
An Australian subsidiary of a Global Polymer Company focused on engineered solutions for major Industries such as Offshore, Mining and Infrastructure.
Their commitment to solving their customer’s problems through continuing product development and innovation and embracing new technology makes them a leader in specialised products and services.
Subsequent to an serious safety incident and discussions with the regulator, the company made a commitment to fully implement AS/NZ 4801 and to deliver processes and systems that would support not only the certification of to AS/NZ 4801 but would go beyond the standard and support the long term development in improvement of the Safety environment. The complete process was also to be under regulator monitored conditions.
The company considered that the outcomes must have the ability to be transferred to other operational sites in order to have a transparent voice and open communication.
- Conducted initial Gap Analysis
- Consulted widely to develop processes
- Realigned process and moved to digital platforms
- Mentoring and Training to reflect implemented systems and processes
- Provision of support across all processes
The Company incident reporting, document control, risk assessments and training processes were transferred to digital/web based applications that were adapted to the individual company needs within the Group.
Regular progress reports were produced for stakeholders.
The certification project was delivered eleven (11) months in advance of the schedule thereby enabling the company to divert the resources to improvement projects exceeding those required for certification.
The key factors driving the successful outcome were the extensive training, documentation and process guidance in supporting the systems and implementation of digital tools.
The successes have been underpinned by the implementation and use of the systems at other sites within the group.