ISO 45001 - The world's first international occupational health and safety standardgives guidance for its use, to enable organizations to provide safe and healthy workplaces by preventing work-related injury and ill health, as well as by proactively improving its OH&S performance.

Any organization that wishes to establish, implement and maintain an OH&S management system to improve occupational health and safety, eliminate hazards and minimize OH&S risks (including system deficiencies) can implement this standard.

QRC provides the below listed pioneering, hassle-free and cost-effective services for the QMS Compliance:

1. OH&S Consultancy

Let QRC become your OH&S compliance partner, by assisting you at each step right from defining the scope until the implementation support.

2. OH&SGap Assessment

  • Gap Assessment is great way to understand whether business and QMS compliance requirements are being met. Are there any gaps, and if yes and what are the probable risksto your business?

  • While doing a gap assessment, our approved and certified auditors will have a closer look at your organization business processes, various controls implemented, and existing and potential business requirements and compare it with the requirements of OH&S.

3. Migration from 18001 to 45001

With the withdrawal of OHSAS 18001, QRC can help organisations which are already 18001 compliant to implement the new ISO 45001 standard.

4. Awareness Trainings

With the release the completely new standard, let QRC help you understand what ISO 45001 is and what ISO 45001 is not through our OH&S Awareness Training.

  1. Well documented execution plan along with milestones.
  2. OH&SScope Review and Finalisation
  3. Gap Assessment
  4. Risk Assessment & Management System Drafting
  5. Implementation Support
  6. Internal Audits and MRM
  7. Certification Audit Support
  1. Reduce work related injuries, ill health and death;
  2. Eliminate or minimise OH&S risks;
  3. Improve health and safety performance and effectiveness;
  4. Protect brand reputation; and
  5. Motivate and engage staff through consultation and participation.


Health and Safety at work continues to be a challenge across the globe. Despite much modern progress in the area, over 7,600 people die every day from work related accidents or illnesses, equalling over 2.78 million a year (source: International Labour Organisation).

Source:  Ashfords LLP.