ISO 45001 — Lead Implementer Training

Why should you attend?

The ISO 45001 lead Implementer training E-learning course is specifically designed for those who want to get awareness of ISO 45001:2018 and its requirements. The course includes in detail an overview of Occupational Health and Management System (OHSAS), benefits of OHSAS, ISO 45001 requirements, list of documented information, steps for certification, ISO 45001:2018 Implementer Verification Checklist, etc. This ISO 45001 training online course is helpful for employees of all types of organizations, students, HSE professionals and individuals to get complete awareness of ISO 45001:2018 international standard. Upon successful completion of this course the participants will gain complete knowledge and awareness of ISO 45001:2018 implementation.

Who should attend?

The ISO 45001 Lead Implementer training course is intended for:

  • Individuals responsible for maintaining and improving the workplace safety
  • Occupational health and safety officers, consultants, and advisors
  • Professionals wishing to acquaint themselves with PECB’s IMS2 Methodology for implementing an OH&S MS
  • Individuals responsible for maintaining the conformity of OH&S MS to ISO 45001 requirements
  • Members of OH&S teams
  • Individuals aspiring to pursue a career as OH&S MS implementers, consultants, or officers

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Familiarize yourself with ISO 45001:2018 occupational, health & safety management system (OH&SMS) requirements.
  • Understand the Plan-Do-Check-Act Cycle of OH&SMS requirements.
  • Understand ISO 45001 terms and definitions
  • Familiarize yourself with the high-level structure and the framework of OH&SMS.
  • Understand the ISO 45001:2018 OH&SMS requirements and sub-clauses.
  • Understand organizational issues and the context of the organization.
  • Understand the needs and expectations of interested parties.
  • Know about leadership, planning, and support clauses.
  • Know about the operation and performance evaluation clauses.
  • Understand how improvement can be achieved in the organization.
  • Understand, maintain, and retain the Documented Information list.
  • Get the knowledge of how to verify at various places in the organization to establish a good ISO 45001 system.
  • Provide the knowledge for hazards and risk and risk management
  • Understand the new concepts of risk management and risk evaluation techniques

Educational approach

This training course is participant centered and contains:

  • Theories, approaches, and best practices used in OH&S MS implementation
  • Illustrative examples throughout the four days of the training course
  • Lecture sessions illustrated with practical examples based on a case study that includes role-playing and discussions
  • Interaction between participants by means of questions and suggestions
  • Quizzes with stand-alone items (after each section) and scenario-based quizzes (at the end of each day), intended to prepare the participants for the certification exam


The main requirements for participating in this training course are a basic knowledge of ISO management system standards, a general understanding of ISO 45001, and the MS implementation principles.

Course Agenda 

Day 1: Introduction to ISO 45001 and the initiation of a OHSMS implementation

Day 2: Implementation plan of a OHSMS

Day 3: OHSMS monitoring, continual improvement, and preparation for the certification audit, Certification exam

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