• Who wants to be an auditor – good prospects for young females?

    16th May, 2016 | by Tom Barham
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    Here at PwC’s Auditor Training & Certification, we train a lot of people who want to become auditors.

    Because we like a bit of data analysis, we thought we’d crunch some numbers to see who it is that wants to become an auditor.

    The results aren’t too surprising, but they do help to confirm a few things that most of us were probably thinking.

  • What is Different in ISO 45001:2016?

    4th May, 2016 | by Andrew Barham
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    In Australia and New Zealand, we have had AS/NZS 4801 since 2001, and in the world of management system standards that is quite a long time. Whilst the British did come up with OHSMS 18001 in 1999, last reviewed in 2007, this has been treated as a more international standard than 4801 however, it is still not an ISO standard. But the wait is nearly over – ISO 45001 is on its way. But it asks the question – what is different in ISO 45001?

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