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ISO 45001 OHSMS Risk Assessment Methodology

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    ☆ ☆ Small-class format. Workshop is limited to 10 - 20 participants. ☆ ☆

    Learn ISO Risk Management, and how to leverage ISO 31000 and ISO 31010 to facilitate OH&S hazard analysis and risk assessments iso 31000

    A successful occupational health and safety risk management initiative can affect the likelihood and consequences of OH&S risks materializing, as well as deliver benefits related to better informed strategic decisions, successful delivery of change and increased operational efficiency. Other benefits include reduced cost of capital, more accurate financial reporting, competitive advantage, improved perception of the organization, better marketplace presence and, in the case of public service organizations, enhanced political and community support. 

    Since occupational health and safety has a primary purpose of identifying and treating risk, it is essential that your organization establish a consistent methodology for assessing and managing risk. This 2-day risk assessment workshop session provides thorough coverage of the ISO 31000 and 31010 standards, as well as setting out advice on the implementations of an ISO risk assessments. The purpose of the training is to:

    • Provide an introduction to Enterprise Risk Management concepts and an overview of integrating ISO 45001 OHS hazard analysis and risk assessments into ISO 31000 Enterprise Risk Management;
    • Provide a practical understanding of risk criteria, and how they are properly applied in risk assessments; and
    • Give practical guidance leveraging ISO 31010 and ISO 27005 to establish a formalized risk assessment and risk treatment methodology for OHS hazard management;
      • Leverage ISO best practices to properly identify, analyze, and evaluate risk
      • Leverage ISO best practices to mitigate ant treat risk to align to the organization's pre-determined risk tolerance thresholds (risk acceptance criteria)
      • Establish risk monitoring, communication, and reporting

    Class details

    • Duration: 3 days, 8:30 - 4:30
    • CPE Credit: 16
    • Materials included with live instructor-led training:
      • Class manual (complete hardcopy of class presentation)
      • Current-year membership in the CIS Body of Certified Professionals
    •  business continuity plan
    • Certificate included with class: Upon course completion, we will provide you with an achievement certificate for 16 continuing professional education (CPE) credits that can be used to fulfill requirements for maintaining a variety of professional credentials for fraud examination, accounting, auditing, and information security.
    • Recommended prerequisite training: None
    • Catering:
      • Morning refreshments and snack
      • Lunch
      • Afternoon refreshments


    * ISO Standards are NOT included in this risk management training, nor provided in class. ISO standards are available for purchase at


  • Training Agenda

    ISO 45001 Risk Assessment Methodology (2 Days)

    Day 1

    Introduction to leveraging ISO 31000 and ISO 31010 to facilitate OH&S risk assessments

    • Introduction to Enterprise Risk Management Concepts
    • Overview of Integrating ISO 45001 OHS risk assessments into ISO 31000 Enterprise Risk Management

    Understanding risk assessment criteria

    • Impact criteria
    • Acceptance criteria
    • Evaluation criteria

    Developing and implementing an OHS risk assessment methodology

    • Leveraging ISO 31010 and ISO 27005 to establish a formalized risk assessment and risk treatment methodology
    • Risk Assessment
      • Risk Identification
      • Assets
      • Vulnerabilities
      • Threats
      • Controls
      • Consequence
      • Break-out Class Lab: OHS Risk Identification - Participants work in teams to properly identify OHS risk, including assets, vulnerabilities, threats, existing controls, and potential consequences. Assessments are instructor guided. 

    Day 2

    Developing and implementing an OHS risk assessment methodology, continued

    • Risk Analysis
      • Impact and likelihood
    • Risk analysis techniques (procedures)
      • Risk Matrices and 30 other tools recommended by ISO 31010

    Determining risk treatment and controls

    •  Risk Evaluation
      • Calculating aggregate risk levels
      • Calculating residual risk
      • Risk treatment alternatives
      • Risk treatment constraints

    Risk treatment plan acceptance, implementation, monitoring, and review

    • Risk Treatment Certification and Accreditation
    • Risk review (Risk communication and consultation)
    • Risk monitoring and review

    * ISO Standards are NOT included in this management system and compliance training, nor are provided in class. Students are encouraged to bring their own hard-copies of the standards to the class. ISO standards are available for purchase at

  • Target Audience

    Who needs to be trained to participate in occupational health and safety risk assessments?

    ISO 45001 requires OH&S risk assessments and hazard management throughout the organization. Specifically, the ISO standard requires:

    • Top management shall have overall responsibility for the implementation of, and compliance with, the OHS management system.
    • Top management shall ensure that the responsibilities and authorities for relevant roles are assigned and communicated within and throughout every level of the organization.
    • Managers at every level shall be responsible for requiring that the OHS management system requirements are applied and complied with in their department or function.
    • The governing body (if any), top management and all other personnel shall be responsible for understanding, complying with and applying the OHS management system requirements, as they relate to their role in the organization.
    • All individuals involved and concerned with Occupational Health and Safety Management 
    • All individuals seeking to gain knowledge about the main processes of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS) 
    • All individuals interested to pursue a career in Occupational Health and Safety Management
    • Operations Managers
    • Health, Safety, and Environment professionals
    • Business Continuity Professionals
    • Disaster Recovery Professionals
    • Crisis/Emergency Response Professionals
    • Risk Managers and Risk Analysts
    • Operations & Process Auditors
    • ISO 45001 auditors wish to fully understand the ISO 45001 OHS Management System implementation process
    • Compliance Professionals

    Per ISO 45001, Clause 7.2 "Competence", managers at every level must attend appropriate OHS training to achieve sufficient competence according to the manager's roles and responsibilities within the OHMS. The sufficiency of competence must be maintained and documented. This ISO 45001 Risk Assessment Methodology training fulfils the ISO competence development requirement.

    Furthermore, ISO 45001 requires creating an OHS function to:

    • oversee the design and implementation by the organization of the OHS management system;
    • providing advice and guidance to personnel on the OHS management system and issues relating to health and safety;
    • ensuring that the OHS management system conforms to the requirements of its policy and ISO 45001 document;
    • reporting on the performance of the OHS management system to the governing body (if any) and top management and other compliance functions, as appropriate.
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