Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Auditor/ Lead Auditor Training Course

In accordance with IRCA rules, if you have completed a 5-day training course for lead auditors, you can obtain additional qualification as a lead auditor of a different standard by attending a 3-day training course.

The training course provides the participants with knowledge and skills related to preparation, planning, conducting and reporting audits assessing the compliance of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems with the requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007.

The combination of presentations, discussions, case-studies (individual and team) aims to develop understanding and lasting skills to be used in your professional career.

The training course ends with an examination which if completed successfully grants an IRCA certificate.

Accreditation of the training course:
The training course is accredited by IRCA.

Training Topics:

  • Process approach;
  • Standards, principles, definitions;
  • Accreditation, certification and types of audit; 
  • Identification of threats and risk assessment; 
  • Achieve and maintain compliance with legal requirements;
  • Review and interpretation of the requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007;
  • Techniques for carrying out an audit;
  • Plan, conduct and report an audit;
  • Techniques for continuous improvement.

Preliminary training required for participation in this course:
It is recommended that you have prior experience in the area of ensuring health and safety of a work environment.

Training course duration:
Intensive 5-day training

Internationally recognized certificate for Lead auditor of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001:2007).
The certificate is issued by Intertek.

After the training you will be able to:
• understand and interpret the requirements of OHSAS 18001:2007;
• assess the compliance of the system against the requirements of the standard;
• plan, conduct, report and implement follow-up audit activities.