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ISO 45001

ZERO and ISO 45001

ISO 45001 requires a system wide approach to safety management, primarily through involving workers of all levels in hazard identification and risk assessment. Additionally, the standard makes for the ability to accurately communicate risks to workers, subcontractors and external parties critically important. The focus on communication requires organizations to provide timely access to clear, understandable, and relevant safety information, training and resources.

ZERO was made to help you adopt ISO 45001.

How ZERO Covers ISO 45001

Technology + Safety

ISO 45001 facilitates worker engagement and leadership participation in performance improvement. With ZERO's integrated management features, leaders have access to an analytics dashboard to track and trend risks to the organization and can communicate and collaborate with workers to fix hazards before they turn into claims. ZERO also enables an organization to create a centralized library of best practices, implement real time corrective action programs, and communicate hazards to teams, individual coworkers and management.

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Tenets of ISO 45001 covered

Integrated Management

√Purpose, &Application - ZERO covers 100%
√Term &Definitions - ZERO covers 100%
Context of Organization - ZERO covers 25%
√Leadership - ZERO covers 100%
Planning - ZERO covers 40%
√Support - ZERO covers 84%
Operation - ZERO covers 40%
√Improvement - ZERO covers 100%

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ZERO's Role

Facilitate Worker & Leadership Partipation in Safety

ZERO establishes a direct communication channel among all organization members. This makes for an open dialogue to innovate and identify hazard potentials organization wide. Using ZERO's analytics, leadership can view real time performance data and implement immediate corrective actions.

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Real Leadership

ZERO Offers more ISO 45001 Coverage Than Anyone Else

• Company wide access to a best practice Library • Empower employees to act to address and resolve issues.
• Communicate hazards and system deficiencies to teams/coworkers/
management/safety department
• Set up communication lines that follow established organizational roles and
responsibilities
• Share gained knowledge, like lessons learned and best practices