Did you know that a poor physical work environment costs as much as DKK 80 billion annually in Denmark?
The international standard of occupational health and safety, ISO 45001, will in 2021 be accompanied by a new ISO 45003 guideline. This guideline describes expectations to handling job satisfaction and the physical work environment in an occupational health and safety management system based on ISO 45001.
The new guideline gives directions and examples of how to handle job satisfaction and physical work environment in practice through new approaches and methods supported by methodology, management and dialogue.
The foundation of a company’s work with job satisfaction and physical work environment is a crucial precondition to achieve a positive and continuous effect of the proactive and preventive work with job satisfaction and physical work environment in a health and safety management system.
Work with job satisfaction and physical work environment includes efforts and tasks at all three prevention levels - primary, secondary, and tertiary - together they make up the necessary preventive effort. Many companies focus mostly on secondary and tertiary prevention, and they find it difficult to work structured and systematic with the primary prevention. The better we are at the primary prevention, the less is the need for reactive efforts directed towards secondary and tertiary prevention.
We offer the following three courses to dress you to implement the new ISO 45003 guideline: ISO 45003 guideline (part 1), Implementation of ISO 45003 (part 2) and ISO 45003 for audit of job satisfaction and the physical work environment(part 3). The three parts can be taken sequentially or separately.
Lars Vestergaard Jensen
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