ISO 45001:2018

Based on data from the International Labor Organization (ILO) in 2013, 1 worker in the world dies every 15 seconds due to work accidents and 160 workers experience work-related illnesses. The previous year (2012) the ILO recorded the number of deaths due to accidents and occupational diseases (PAK) of 2 million cases each year. Data from BPJS Employment at the end of 2015 showed that there had been 105,182 work accidents with 2,375 deaths. To overcome this problem, ISO developed a new standard, ISO 45001 concerning Requirements for Occupational safety & health management systems, which was previously the OHSAS standard.


ISO 45001 is an international standard that stipulates requirements for an Occupational safety & health management system which is equipped with guidelines and how to use it, thereby enabling an organization to proactively improve Occupational safety & health performance in an effort to prevent injury and illness / health problems at work. It will also help organizations reduce this burden by providing a framework for improving employee safety, reducing occupational risks and creating safer and better working conditions, worldwide.


Mutu International has opened ISO 45001 services, supported by professional auditors, Mutu Certification International is committed to providing occupational health and safety management system certification services based on ISO 45001 standards in a timely, accurate, independent, reliable and professional manner.


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