According to the Bank’s website, this project will focus on assisting the client with the implementation of their OHS Action Plan and providing hands-on support in the following key areas: (i) developing the OHS management system, (ii) drafting of the OHS standards, procedures and operational plans, (iii) identification of key performance indicators, (iv) rolling out the procedures for employees and stakeholders to follow the established system with trained internal auditors conducting periodic internal audits and senior management team carrying out periodic reviews, and (v) additional training and capacity building. The project will support the development of the client's competency to obtain ISO 45001:2018 Certification, if desired.
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