Don't be afraid of this new standard – even though it is completely new, it builds on established foundations of OHSAS 18001.
2013 saw the proposal stage for ISO 45001, with an expected publication date of March 2018, it's been a long time coming!
ISO 45001, the new international standard that will replace OHSAS 18001 for health and safety has now passed the international ballot stage.
QuEST Forum named NQA Associate Auditor Alan Rutterford as the newest recipient of the prestigious QuEST Forum Fellows Award.
ISO 45001, the highly anticipated ISO standard for health and safety management systems has now reached Draft International Standard 2.
ISO 45001 is back on schedule to be published in 2017.
Protecting your clients’ records and commercially sensitive information is critical.
NQA are delighted to celebrate World Quality Day today (10th November 2016) and feel proud of the NQA wider community.
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