Annex A of ISO 45001 is intended to give some explanation of each clause of the standard; in this case, it is explained clause 22.214.171.124, Hazard identification. The intent of the hazard identification requirements in ISO 45001 are to recognize the different hazards that are present in your processes as they apply to the occupational health & safety of your workers. Annex A 126.96.36.199 is stating that the intent is not to address product safety, so if there is an element of your product which poses a hazard to the user, but does not pose a hazard to your workers, then this hazard is not part of this requirement. An example could be an electrical shock hazard from a battery in your product which is not a hazard to workers because the battery is not installed until after delivery.
For more information on identifying hazards in the OHSMS, see the article: