ISO 45001:2018 Internal Audit Training (Online Training)

Course Objectives

The ISO 45001:2018 Safety Management Systems Internal Audit Training  is used to determine conformance to the Management System Requirements of ISO 45001:2018.  Proper use of the internal audit will promote consistency between activities and personnel determining ISO 45001:2018 conformance.

This course aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to assess and report on the conformance and effective implementation of an Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Management Systems in accordance with ISO 45001:2018.

.Participants will learn to:

  • Understand and learn to interpret the ISO 45001: 2018 management system standards and their application to your own company.
  • Develop skills to prepare, perform and complete value-added ISO 45001: 2018 audits.
  • Learn how to conduct OHSMS system audit following the “process approach”.

Target Audience

This course is highly beneficial for individuals involved in planning and implementing ISO 45001: 2018 management systems in their organizations as well as for personnel who will manage, conduct or participate in internal audits.


This Live Online / Virtual Training session will be conducted via a Live Streaming Platform in which the trainer will use interactive lecture and slide presentation to cover the modules stated below.

Course Modules

  • Module 1: Overview and Principles
     Risk Management Systems Overview
    – Hazard Identification & ranking
    – Principles, Methodology, Preparation, Planning and Performance of Internal Audits;
    – Audit definition
    – Types of audit
    – Auditing standards
    – Audit phases – audit initiation, planning and preparation, audit performance,reporting and follow-up
    – Why do internal audits
    – Audit roles

  • Module 2: Planning And Preparation
    – Aspects of audit planning
    – Process approach audit planning
    – Appointing auditors – criteria
    – Researching before audit
    – Preparation using ‘Process Maps’
    – Identifying requirements from the documented procedures and ISO 45001:2018 requirements
    – Checklist preparation and formats
  • Module 3: Investigation
    – Opening meeting
    – Investigating – sampling
    – Techniques for gathering information
    – Questioning techniques
    – Listening techniques
    – Cross- checking during audit
    – Audit trails
    – Process auditing
    – Methods for recording findings
    – Do’s and Don’t s of audit
    – How to audit continual improvement activity – what to look for
    – Audit sampling, Process Approach Checklist Preparation, Interviewing Techniques;
    Looking around –
    – Physical aspects (leaking pipes, hanging wires, transmission lines, building cracks, fire hazards, tanks etc)
    – Material aspects (corrosive, combustible, explosive, irritant, poisonous, carcinogen, bacterial/viral infection, dust etc)
    – Operational (receiving, distribution, spillage during storage, noise generation, waste management – sludge, spent chemical, used oil, office waste, air emission, sewer discharge etc)
    – Procedural aspects (PPE wearing, ergonomic hazards, collecting environmental hazards, reporting injuries etc)
    – Human aspects (Awareness, infectious disease, stress, rest etc)
    – ERP – Emergency Response Plan
    – Auditing Fire-fighting preparedness
    – Audit Safety and Health Committee activities
    – Auditing Confined Space practices
    – Auditing Forklift management
    – Auditing Scheduled Waste Management
    – Auditing Hazardous Chemical Management
    – Auditing Occupational First Aid and CPR activity
    – Auditing Electrical Safety
    – Possible findings for Chemical Works, Radiation Works, Fire Prevention, Biological Works, Housekeeping etc

  • Module 4: Writing Non-Conformity Statements
    – Non-conformities and Non-conformity Statements;
    – Reviewing observations
    – Purpose of NC statement
    – Observation versus NC – Opportunities for Improvement
    – NC versus symptoms
    – Writing strong NC statement
  • Module 5: Corrective Action Request, Audit Report And Continuous Improvement
    – Corrective Action Requests, Monitoring and Follow-up;
    – Audit reporting
    – Taking action on the report
    – Corrective action process
    – Corrective Action Request form – how to fill-up
    – Follow-up
    – Monitoring corrective action
    – Long term or system wide problem
    – Closing out NC
    – Auditing for continuous improvement

Get To Know The Trainer

Trainer Tejwinder


Tej is one of the pioneers in quality system management development in Malaysia. Tej has been involved in quality management consulting and training for the past twenty five years. His last position was the Managing Consultant of a UK based international consulting firm’s Regional Office in Kuala Lumpur. Tej has trained over 50,000 personnel worldwide.

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