ISO 45001 Audit Checklist

A well drafted ISO 45001 audit checklist provides an excellent support tool for the internal or certification external auditor. However creating one that is tailored to suit the exact needs of the organisation can be a challenge. A good starting point is to use a checklist that has been created by an experienced lead auditor. The reason for providing this ISO 45001 auditor checklist to all our delegates is exactly for that reason. Auditors can use it directly, or they can modify to suit their particular needs. There are no rules here, though a framework for your audit ensures that you stay on subject throughout the process.

In many cases, the internal audit checklist based on the key elements of ISO 45001:2018 is all that is needed. However, that in itself takes time to prepare. We have spent several days working on the text and phrasing so that all the audit elements are subject to relevant questions that support the implementation process or the  audit (internal or external).

Here are a sample of some areas of the checklist (using 4.2 Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties) to give a flavour of how we have compiled the document ;-

Understanding The Needs and Expectations Of Workers and other Interested Parties

Does the organization know who are the relevant interested parties with respect to the health and safety management system?

Does the organization know what are the most relevant needs and expectations of workers and other interested parties?

Has the organization determined which of these needs and expectations are currently recorded as legal requirements?

How to obtain your copy of this 24 page ISO 45001 Audit Checklist

Delegates who purchase our ISO 45001 Auditor Training Course which is delivered fully online will be able to receive a free copy of the ISO 45001 Auditor Checklist.



An audit checklist in use during a certification audit of a company involved in the offshore windfarm industry.