Members of IIRSM are invited to a free IIRSM webinar jointly hosted with Alcumus on:

Understanding the impact of ISO 45001 certification on your business on 29th April, 11am-12pm BST

In 2016, BS OHSAS 18001 will be replaced by ISO 45001 as the international standard for health and safety management.

With organisations of all kinds increasingly concerned with achieving and demonstrating sound occupational health and safety (OH&S) performance by controlling their OH&S risks, this webinar will help you understand the impact that the new standard will have:

  • What is Annex SL
  • Understanding the transition path from BS OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001
  • Proposed key changes
  • Potential impacts as a result of the changes

The webinar will take no more than an hour of your time and is free to attend. All you need is access to a web-enabled pc/laptop and a phone! Certificates of attendance (that can be used to claim CPD points where relevant) will be provided to delegates who attend. Should you be unable to attend the live session, we will provide you with access to an on-demand recording after the event.

This event is strictly for IIRSM members, so the registration link below will take you through to the members login page on the IIRSM website. Once logged in you will be able to find details to register for the webinar.

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Key Speaker – Colin Bracewell, Alcumus

Colin BracewellColin has been with Alcumus ISOQAR for 7 years. Colin’s initial career path was as a skilled tradesman in the materials handling industry in the Quarrying, Paper, Flour, Copper, Plastics and Water industries which provided an excellent introduction to Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality systems; which was further strengthened with an Honour’s Degree in Quality Management at Salford University. Colin then went on to gain experience as a Lead Auditor with Alcumus ISOQAR. In addition he holds the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and has recently qualified as a Responsible Welding Coordinator (RWC) to support his auditing of BS EN 1090. The diversity of qualifications successfully attained verifies his extensive experience and knowledge within a wide range of industries including Structural Steel, Engineering, Construction and associated industries.

Greg Brown, Director of Membership Services, IIRSM

Greg BrownGreg is the Deputy Chief Executive of IIRSM and brings to the Institute his extensive professional experience of health and safety; degree qualified in health and safety and as a former NHS Safety Advisor, HSE Inspector and Consultancy businessman has seen health and safety risk management from all three ends of the telescope! Most recently he was Head of Membership and Practice with APS and is now enthusiastically working with everyone in the Institute in his new role as Director of Membership and Business Development.