ISO 45001 – Stand Out from Competitors
What is ISO 45001 and What are the Benefits?
It goes without saying that the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the significance of workplace safety management. So, now more than ever your organisation needs to have a Health and Safety Management system implemented and audits to ensure you are still compliant with the ISO 45001 standard.
ISO 45001 demonstrates that as a business you are focussed on reducing the likelihood of accidents and breaches of legislation, as well as improving your organisation’s overall Health and Safety performance.
There are lots of benefits to maintaining your standards through auditing once implemented. But, what are the main incentives to do so?
- Increase productivity
- Stand out as an industry leader
- Lower insurance costs
- Gain a competitive edge in your industry
- Improve your company image and show your integrity
What Exactly is The Competitive Advantage?
By having the most up-to-date Health and Safety standard, your company will have a competitive advantage that is internationally recognised, setting you aside from your competitors. As well as enhancing your brand, it plays an integral role in ensuring your employees and stakeholders are protected.
Why Choose Swift Certification for Your Audit?
At Swift Certification we pride ourselves on our friendly, simplified auditing services. We’ve taken away the old-school scare tactics and aim to talk you through the process.
- Timely audits – we understand it’s important to get back to business quickly. All audits are completed within the specified time frame.
- Industry experience – each of our auditors has at least 10 years of experience with ISO Standards and a wealth of knowledge pertaining to the auditing of management systems within different industries.
- Unique and friendly service – audits are carried out to abide by the high standards you expect whilst maintaining a stress-free environment.
Read what our clients say here.
What is the Process and How Do I Get Started?
To achieve your certification with Swift, there are 4 steps:
- Initial Stage 1 Assessment
- Initial Stage 2 Assessment
- Annual Review Surveillance
Read more about the auditing process in our blog post here.