A new standard for auditors of the ISO 45001 standard

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Shortly after the publication of the ISO 45001 standard relating to occupational health and safety management systems, a technical specification supplements it with a view to organizing a harmonized approach to the accreditation of an ISO 45001 certification.

The new ISO/IEC TS 17021-10 standard which was published recently concerns “Conformity assessment – Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems”. It defines the competence requirements for organizations responsible for auditing organizations that have applied the ISO 45001 standard.

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