OHSAS 18001 certified auditor course Dubai – Let’s Talk About It

Posted on October 13th, 2015 by blogger

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How to become an IRCA Certified OHSAS auditor?

Once you become a certified OHSAS lead auditor, get minimum of 20 days working experience. The experience should include at least 15 days on site work. The course consists of a 2 hours long examination and various other evaluation processes. Make sure that you get recertified in every 3 years in order to show that you are up-to-date with the industry practices.  You can rely on IRCA’s pre-designed instructions to recertify your registration.

At the end of the OHSAS 18001 certified auditor course Dubai you will have to appear for a 2 Hours exam at 3FOLD Education Centre. You need to pass this exam along with the continuous evaluation during the training program.

All IRCA auditors must recertify every 3 years. It proves to employers that you are currently active in your profession and are committed to maintaining your skills, whatever your industry.

 

The advantages of our OHSAS 18001:2007 Lead Auditor Course

Once you become a certified OHSAS lead auditor you have the abilities to:

  • Audit the processes and management system effectively
  • Design the process and a procedure or a clause audit
  • Prepare and plan audits in a risk-based manner
  • Chose, lead and evaluate an audit team performances
  • Evaluate the findings and the conformities, nonconformities, and improvement points in an efficient manner
  • Conduct opening and closing meetings, and report the audits and non-conformities
  • Follow up the audit findings
  • Explain the accreditation and certification

The Course Objectives

The objective of the OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor Training is to train potential Auditor in the principles and practices of assessment of OH&S systems for conformance with OHSAS 18001:2007, to make them aware of good current practices, and to encourage constructive development of audit skills thought analysis and self-criticism.

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