Cranes of all types are an integral part of advancing society throughout the world. Cranes build infrastructure, maintain production facilities, install alternative energy sources, and create the skyline we live and work in. With projects getting larger and project timing contracting there is increased risk of failure when planning and
ISO 45001 has introduced some significant changes, not least with the addition of leadership and worker participation. In this session, Greg Roberts discusses how these changes can be successfully implemented and how organizations can build on their existing processes.
In this session, David Solomon will provide a detailed insight into what the new ISO 45001 standard contains—unveiling each clause individually. The session will focus on elements such as continual improvement, leadership and commitment, actions to address risks and opportunities, safety in design, outsourcing, procurement, contractors, and evaluation of compliance
Safety-minded professionals and auditors have been looking at the release of ISO 45001 as a revolution in OHS practices, but it’s really more evolution of current good practices than a full revolution.
David Solomon, executive officer for safety and risk for Master Builders in New South Wales, will discuss the progress of the development of ISO 45001, the first international standard for occupational health and safety management systems. The standard is being written by ISO/PC 283, on which Solomon has represented Australia for seven years. He’s held positions such as deputy task group leader of definitions and member of the editorial committee. More recently, he served as deputy convenor to a small working group that met in Denmark to work on the standard.