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KOSHA-MS

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1. KOSHA-MS

KOSHA-MS stands for the Safety and Health Management Certification developed by the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA) to support the operational framework of workplace safety and health in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Also, it is a safety and health management system tailored to the Korean context, based on the international standard ISO 45001. KOSHA-MS enables the establishment of a systematic safety and health management system, including regular risk assessments, aimed at preventing industrial accidents and continuously improving potential/hazardous factors.

KOSHA-MS< KOSHA-MS >

2. Difference between KOSHA-MS and ISO 45001

KOSHA-MS ISO 450010

The safety management system standard used in South Korea

Tailored for domestic companies and based on the laws and regulations of South Korea

Not internationally recognized

Internationally recognized safety management system international standard

Internationally recognized and globally accepted standard in the international market

Can have a competitive advantage in international competition

Difference between KOSHA-MS and ISO 45001< Difference between KOSHA-MS and ISO 45001 >

3. Benefits of KOSHA-MS

  • •  Enhanced workplace safety and cost savings through accident prevention and reduced accident rates
  • •  Establishment of compliance and stable management for improved labor-management relations and corporate stability
  • •  Improved potential for accident prevention by preventing safety incidents and preventing industrial accidents based on work conditions
  • •  Increased profitability for businesses through accident prevention and improved productivity
  • •  Enhancement of corporate competitiveness and image through the establishment of safety and health management systems
  • •  Establishment of autonomous safety management systems based on risk assessment

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