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Dear dipil,
What you ask in your previous posting (OHSAS 18002) i search the same with my friends but still not yet get that document whenever i get/find that one i will share the same with U & our EHS members. . .
Thanks & Besafe

From United States, Fpo
Dear friends, i have a draft copy of 18002 which should be as good as the final one. regards nandish
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

Attached Files
File Type: pdf OHSAS_18002_Working_Draft_2_2008.pdf (1.13 MB, 451 views)

Dear Nandish
Thanks a lot for your OHSAS 18002 document... Surely this will be a good write up to go through...
Keep on sharing your expertise with us....
Dear Raghu: Thanks for your efforts and concern shown... Lets keep up the pace...

From India
[Dear Srinivasan
There already exists combination of these standards and are known as Integrated Management System. We have already implemented this system since 2009 and audited the same.
Just sharing info.
Dear Sir,

With regard to OHSAS 18001:2007, I would like to add some more thing . In 1996 the ISO14001:1996 was released which was so simple and user friendly organizations stated showing interest in this standard.
In the same year in England the BS8800:1996 was released for Occupational health and safety management system .In 1999 the OHSAS 18001 :1999 was released as ISO has not approved the OHSAS standard.
About 13 certification bodies joint together and released the OHSAS 18001:1999 based on BS 8800:1996 but it took the structure of the ISO14001:1996. The British standard Institute published this standard, but please note it is not BSI standard.If you compare the ISO14001:1996 with OHSAS 18001:1999 and ISO14001:2004 with that of OHSAS 18001:2007 you can find that there is no difference in the structure of the system.

There is guidance standard OHSAS 18001:2008 which explains the standard.

But one day will come when we may get one standard for Quality, environment and Safety & health management system as one can not separate all these.



From India, Mumbai
Dear neeraj4all,
Dear sir,
Thank you for kind response. As OHSAS is not an ISO standard even when organizations implement Integrated management system, we will be getting separate certificates based on the requirements of the individual standards like ISO9001,ISO14001 AND OHSAS18001.
What I meant is one single standard incorporating quality,environment and health and safety will come soon. As of now till ISO accepts or give new standard for health and safety this is not possible. As the response for OHSAS18001 is so good the day will come when ISO will consider for one standard for all quality, environment and health and safety which will be much helpful for the organizations.
In this connection it is worthwhile to compare that OHSAS18001 has good response not only globally but also in India even though B.I.S has given one standard called IS 18001 which is similar to OHSAS 18001.

From India, Pondicherry
Dear All, Can anyone share more information on Integrated Management system. Like Manuals, procedure, formats of Integrated Management system (9001, 14001 & 18001 systems) Thanks Manjunatha N
From India
Dear All,
We are in the process on implementing IMS (Integrated Management System). I want to address aspects-impacts and hazards/risks related to abnormal human behaviour. Can anyone please guide?

From India, Pune
Dear Minrah
I hope that for implementing the IMS you might have hired any consultancy... Ask them samples, from which you can make the required document so easily...
Or else just post what draft you prepared for the comments from the forum members...

From India
Dear Minrah
Sorry but never got your post.
Well to my understanding you are looking for AIRR. Kindly find the attached. There are several worksheets - all are linked. Start from first worksheet and move to last. You will get fairly good idea.
We have online system. For any more help pls feel free to contact.

From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: xls AIRR_CPP.xls (1.74 MB, 259 views)

Dear Neeraj,
Could download your attachment and read it. Very good and informative attachment ! But I could not find human behaviour being addressed for hazard identification. Can you please help.

From India, Pune

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