$1200 + GST
ISO 9000, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, AS/NZS 4801, IRCA
Scheduled Training Courses 2017
This course aims to provide you with the opportunity to learn about the subject of internal auditing of integrated management systems, specifically those based on the ISO 9000, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001/ AS/NZS 4801 family of international standards.
Aim Of The Course
To train potential Internal Auditors in the principles and practices of IMS auditing in a manner compatible with ISO 9000, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001/ AS/NZS 4801 or equivalent standards in accordance with the guidance provided in ISO 19011.
Delegates will be made aware of current good audit practice and will be encouraged to develop their audit skills through analysis and constructive self-criticism.
On completion, delegates should have gained the knowledge and skills required to prepare for and conduct internal integrated system audits.
At the end of the course delegates will:
- Understand the application of Quality, Safety & Environmental Management Systems
- Be aware of the key concepts associated with the 8 quality principles
- Be aware of the key concepts associated with environmental aspects & safety risks
- Be aware of the importance of legislation
- Realise the true role and potential of internal IMS audits
- Be conversant with the responsibilities of internal auditors
- Have the ability to plan and organise an internal audit
- Be able to collect and analyse evidence, exercising objectivity
- Know how to evaluate and report the results of an internal audit
Integrated Management System (IMS) Internal Auditor Training
Day 1 to 3
Registration and Coffee
Chapter 1 - Management Systems Why & What
- How does the management system support business improvement?
- Why implement an integrated management system?
- What does “quality, safety & environment” mean?
- What are the quality principles and how do they relate to your business?
- What do we mean by accidents and incidents?
- How do safety and environmental issues relate to your business?
Chapter 2 - Risk Management Through Process Approach
- What is risk?
- What is a process?
- How can process approach help you identify and manage risks?
Chapter 3 - Risk Management Through Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment
- Accidents versus Incidents?
- Hazards versus Risks?
- How can you identify hazards?
- What is Risk and how to assess it?
- How do you perform Risk Control Management?
Chapter 4 - Risk Management Through Environmental Aspects & Impacts
- Why is it important to understand environmental aspects and impacts?
- What do we mean by environmental aspects and impacts?
- How do you perform an environmental risk assessment?
- What is the purpose of an environmental management system in managing environmental aspects and impacts?
Chapter 5 - Purpose & Requirements (ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001 & ISO 14001)
Chapter 6 - Why & What Is An Audit?
- Why are audits important?
- What are audits and their outputs?
- What is the audit process?
- Who is involved in an Internal Audit and what are their responsibilities?
Chapter 7 - Plan An Audit
- What needs to be considered when planning?
- What should be included in an audit plan?
- How do you prepare a checklist?
Chapter 8 - Conduct An Audit
- How to manage an opening meeting?
- Understand elements of verbal and non-verbal communication?
- How to conduct an Internal Audit?
Chapter 9 - Audit Reporting & Follow Up
- How to prepare a report of the audit including focus areas?
- Manage a closing meeting and communicate the audit results effectively?
- Following-up on Audit Findings?
Chapter 10 – Personal Action Plan