The automotive industry has long recognised the importance of creating a strong safety culture and has led the manufacturing sector in demonstrating the importance of employee morale and safety to productivity and, ultimately, revenue.
The IATF recognises certification to ISO 45001 as providing conformance to specific clauses within the IATF 16949:2016 standard. ISO 45001 is increasingly being mandated by global OEMs. BSI can conduct migration audits on-site or remotely.
We have the expertise and knowledge to help you to get the most from ISO 45001.
Follow these four steps to upgrade to ISO 45001.
1. Talk to BSI
• Whether you are an existing BSI client or looking for a new certification partner, BSI can help you upgrade quickly and effectively to the new standard. Contact us
2. Communicate with your organization
• Engage your leadership team and wider organization on the new leadership requirements to gain buy in and facilitate your upgrade.
3. Download our comprehensive support materials
• Our new FAQs provide clear next steps, whatever stage you are at in your upgrade journey.
4. Book a BSI Gap Assessment prior to upgrading to ISO 45001
• A gap assessment can help you to help you identify any weaknesses in your system prior to formal assessment.
• Once upgraded to ISO 45001, your BSI Client Manager will visit you regularly to make sure you remain compliant and support your continual improvement.
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Introduction of IATF Common Audit Report and Remote Audits
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic the IATF has recently released its updated Global Waivers and Measures which states that in certain circumstances, Certification Bodies may be able to conduct audits remotely using technology.
In addition, a new Common Audit Report “CARA” will be mandatory for automotive OEMs from January 2021 for all Certification Bodies and clients with the objective of driving improvements and enabling better comparisons of audit reports from different Certification Bodies.
Join BSI’s Global Head of Automotive, Rob Brown, for this live webinar as he provides background to the “CARA” initiative, everything IATF certified clients need to know to prepare for its introduction, scenarios under which an IATF remote audit may be permitted, and how they work.
Rob will cover the following:
- Background to the new common audit report
- Structure and content of the new common audit report
- New reporting requirements and internal business KPIs for IATF certified organizations
- Circumstances under which IATF remote audits may be permitted
- Benefits of remote audits and the technology used
This webinar will be of interest to IATF 16949-certified organizations, specifically Quality Managers, as well as their teams involved in preparing for IATF 16949 audits and reporting on corrective action responses.
Date: 3 December
Time: 16:00 – 17:00 (SAST)
Company: BSI Group
Contact: Cicilia Hugo
Email: [email protected]