Occupational health and safety management system

The requirements for a Occupational Health Management System are defined in OHSAS 18001, which is an international standard, or in the Portuguese standard NP4397. Both standards can be applied to any type of organization. It consists of:

  1. Compliance with legal requirements
  2. Hazard identification and risk assessment
  3. Establishing the objectives and practices according to the health and safety policy
  4. Implementing the procedures and practices
  5. Monitoring and measuring system performance
  6. The continuous improvement of OHS performance



  • Reducing costs and increasing productivity
  • Elimination or minimization of risks for employees
  • Employee motivation
  • Reduced risk of sanctions and lawsuits related to legal non-compliance
  • Increasing the credibility of the organization
  • Valuing the business image to the market
  • Marketing tool
  • Competitive advantage


Contribution to success?

Healthy mind, healthy body, greater motivation and productivity.

The implementation of an occupational health nad safety management system ensures that activities are carried out in accordance with safety standards, prevent the occurrence of occupational accidents and diseases.


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