Dubai: Emirates Transport Media Dept.
Emirates Transport (ET) has held a training course to update the qualifications of certified auditors who hold certificates of Head Auditor of the Occupational Health and Safety Management System, in accordance with the new international standard for Occupational Health and Safety 45001: 2018.
Khalid Shukur, manager of the Environment, Occupational Health and Safety (HSE) Department, said the two-days training course contained a total of 16 training hours and was held at ET’s Warsan station.
He said the training reflects ET’s endeavour to keep up with the highest standards of safety and was delivered by lecturer Ali Madhi, Regional Director for Training Services in the Middle East, India and South Asia at Lloyd’s Register.
The main focus of the training was the new requirements of ISO 45001, which was issued last March as an alternative to OHSAS 18001.
Shukur added that the participants were 16 employees from various departments and centres.
The occupational health and safety management system, ISO 45001, is a new international standard that provides a framework for an organization to manage risks and opportunities to help prevent work-related injury and ill health to workers.
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