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27 October 2020
Construction Business Unit News

Construction Business Unit News, October 2020

Here is what is happening on our end!

Our HSEQ team is now bigger and better!

 
This month, we welcome two new Senior Consultants - Steve Webb and Kayvan Ahmadi.
 
Steve has over 30 years' experience in workplace health, safety, environment and quality. He has a wealth of experience across multiple facets of workplace health and safety including auditing, training, advising and co-ordinating. He has worked in varied industries such as telecommunications, manufacturing, commercial cleaning, residential, commercial real estate and civil construction industries.
 
Kayvan is a highly experienced industrial engineer with years of experience in managing, consulting, auditing and teaching management systems in a varied range of industries especially in construction, oil & gas and medical device industries. Kayvan has an in-depth knowledge and experience in business process architecture, this married to his passion in data analysis gives him the ability to identify the most efficient ways to make the processes effective, along with cost efficiencies. 

We are sure our clients will have an immense benefit from Steve's and Kayvan's experience and expertise! Welcome aboard!
 
 

Migration to ISO 45001

Organisations that are certified to AS/NZS 4801 are required to migrate to ISO 45001:2018. 
We recommend that our clients start this migration process as soon as possible, to ensure time and cost efficiencies.
 
This migration requirement means that organisations will need to update their current system to meets the requirement of ISO 45001.

Read more about the challenges solved, the major benefits and the requirements of ISO 45001:
 
Read more about the key differences between AS/NZS 4801 and ISO 45001 here:
 
Compliance Council can help you with this migration in 3 simple and easy steps:
 
1. Gap Analysis

This will give us an understanding of how well your existing management system aligns with the required standard. 

2. Integrate

This step gives an opportunity to refine your processes and integrate them with your quality and environment management systems. If you are certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 already, it will be a bonus, as the majority of ISO 45001’s requirements follow the same high level structure as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

 
3. Educate

With the changes that occur as part of implementing ISO 45001, it is a good opportunity for your organisation to educate everyone involved at relevant functions and levels in your organisation from Senior Management to your frontline employees. This revision of the health and safety processes will give employees a better understanding of the requirements.

 
Transition
 
 
 
Request complimentary call to discuss about this transition
 

 

Systems Co-ordinator Service!

To help you with Construction Compliance requirements, we have expanded our scope of services to Construction and HSEQ markets with the launch of our Systems Coordinator service. Our Systems Coordinators are employed exclusively by Compliance Council, and are contracted to our clients on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis to assist our clients manage their Management System requirements including inspections, site audits, internal audits, conducting management review meetings, and most importantly continually improving our client's management systems. As the organisation evolves, so should the management system! Our expert Systems Coordinators will ensure your management system policies and procedures remain relevant to the organisation and the management system is embedded to the organisation.

 

Enquire about our Systems Coordinators' Services