Compliance with ISO 45001 demonstrates you have robust arrangements in place and are committed to setting higher standards for the safety and wellbeing of your people


Providing commercial advantage, particularly in tendering opportunities, with customers and clients all over the world

What is ISO 45001?


ISO 45001 provides a framework for managing Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) risks and opportunities, preventing work-related injuries and illness and to provide safe and healthy workplaces . An excellent way to establish legal compliance.


The standard focuses on leadership commitment and emphasis on worker participation and consultation. It’s a great way of managing risk, avoiding fines and reducing employee absence, driving better business performance.

What benefits can you expect?


Financial savings What management team doesn’t like financial benefits? An effective OH&S management system supported by effective audit will ensure you do not have costly production delays due to accidents and incidents or legal costs.


Morale and positive internal relationships A safe working environment is a happy one. Ensuring your audit process supports your OH&S management system can help sustain morale. Your employees and clients can see that the organisation cares and employees are truly valued.


Reputational benefits Using effective audits to sustain an exceptional health and safety record is an excellent indicator of the health of a business for a prospective clients. Displaying a record of achievement and continual improvement can provide the reassurance that you are serious and safe to do business with.

Why Audit against ISO standards?


To ensure continuing health, safety, and wellbeing for their employees.


While legislation can change, ISO 45001 stands as the one universal standard that signifies that an organisation cares about and seeks to continually improve its workplace conditions.


The “Plan, Do, Check, Act” cycle runs through the family of ISO standards and helps to ensure measuring, monitoring, and action to ensure continual improvement. A vital part is played in this process by the audit mechanism, which can identify gaps, non-conformances, bad practices, and corrects them, ensuring we get maximum value.



Many organisations choose LCS to ensure they are complaint and flowing effectively. We audit against the standard and regulations, identifying any non-conformities and corrective actions for continual improvement, as well as highlighting opportunities.


Typically a two-stage process, consisting of a system and initial audit, the cost and duration dependent on company size. Flexible to manage health and safety that suits a wide range of businesses from large organisations, construction, property management to SMS and charities.

Gap Analysis


LCS’s Gap Analysis service offers an overview and certification readiness. For organisations looking to evaluate their current management system against ISO 45001, addressing the standard requirements for implementation and what may be needed to be revised in your current system. 


Explaining the concepts and requirements defined in ISO 45001 as well as how they differ from other management systems. You will receive a report, analysing you’re understanding of ISO 45001, including the areas that will require the most attention to achieve compliance and certification. 

Preparing for ISO 45001 Course


If you are responsible for your OH&S management system or want to migrate your existing OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001 standard, you will definitely want to attend this course.


Enabling you to understand through practical face-to-face coaching and activities what revisions in your current system are required to develop a migration and implementation plan.

ISO 45001 Introduction Course


Covering the business benefits of implementing and delivering an OH&S management system, providing the essential definitions to help you interpret and apply the requirements of the standard. 


We cover the legal obligations, leadership involvement and best-practice framework for preventing work-related injuries and ill health through the importance of hazard and risk identification.

It’s clear that compliance can not only protect your employees, but take your business to the next level. Now could be the time to ensure that LCS is part of your future.