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Well, unless you’ve been existing in a vacuum for the last few years, you’ll know the key update is ISO 45001, and it is intended to replace OHSAS 18001.
Although it’s already been almost two years since ISO 9001 was revised, you may still be a little hazy on the details. So we thought
Like we did for ISO 9001: 2015, today’s blog takes a look at the 2015 revisions to ISO 14001, and how these have improved the standard, as well as changed it.
Right now, the ISO standard fixed in everyone’s mind is the pending publication of ISO 45001. At the time of writing this