The Lead Auditor (OSHA 18001) course is an English Standard for Occupation Health and Safety Assessment Series for health and safety management systems, aiming to help an enterprise to control its OHS risks. It was developed as a response to a huge demand for a recognized standard to be certified and assessed. Lead Auditors (OSHA 18001) course would achieve the status of a lead auditor status that is recognized and approved by the International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA). This course will enable participants to gain a basic knowledge of the requirements for OHSAS 18001:2007 and to the related health and safety audits to effectively participate in the implementation and auditing of an OHS Management System.

Professionals who complete this Lead Auditor (OSHA 18001) course develop leadership qualities as they undergo a professional in the highest standards of working environment which give a boost to their confidence. Their understanding of Health and safety management systems including the BS OHSAS requirements and the concepts and methods for risk management improves.

The Lead Auditor (OSHA 18001) promotes a continual improvement of health and safety processes and procedures with a detailed understanding of the principal requirements for auditing H&S management systems. They are in a position to evaluate conformity of health and safety processes and procedures, ability to plan, conduct an audit and report its results and build stakeholder confidence in a focussed BS OHSAS 18001 audit framework and evaluate conformity of health and safety processes and procedures. A prior knowledge of the requirements of ISO 18001 is beneficial and an understanding of report writing would be extremely helpful. The Lead Auditor (18001) is a 5 day classroom coaching is imparted to complete the course with examination duration of 2 hours.