The Cost of ISO 45001 Certification

The cost of iso 45001 certification can vary depending on your business, size and how much work needs to be done by a professional ISO 45001 auditing company. However, it’s important to consider that the overall cost of not being ISO 45001 certified can be far greater – in terms of financial penalties (which are common), legal costs and damage to your reputation and brand.

The good news is that there are many benefits of getting your OH&S management system ISO 45001 certified, which will help you to save money. The most obvious benefit is that having an effective health and safety system in place will help to protect your employees, which will ultimately result in saving on insurance premiums and reducing the potential for expensive work-related accidents and other losses.

Counting the Costs: A Practical Guide to Understanding the Investment of ISO 45001 Certification

Having an ISO 45001 certification in place also shows your customers that you take employee safety seriously. This in turn will improve your customer relationships and potentially open up new trade opportunities. ISO certification is often required in order to bid for contracts with large organizations and may even be a requirement within some sectors (such as the NHS framework).

As you can see, it pays to invest in your OH&S management system – whether or not you choose to get it certified. If you would like to explore how an OH&S management system could benefit your business contact one of our BSI client managers. We’d be happy to arrange a no obligation discussion with you.

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