ISO 37001 – Anti-bribery Management Systems Certification

/ISO 37001 – Anti-bribery Management Systems Certification
ISO 37001 – Anti-bribery Management Systems Certification 2018-02-16T07:31:54+00:00

ISO 37001 – Anti – bribery Management Systems

ISO 37001:2016 is an Anti-bribery management system standard published in October 2016. It is designed to help organization establish, implement, maintain, and improve an anti-bribery compliance program. It includes a series of measures and controls that represent global anti-bribery good practice.

 

What does ISO 37001 address?

  • Bribery by the organization, or by its personnel or business associates acting on the organization’s behalf or for its benefit.
  • Bribery of the organization, or of its personnel or business associates in relation to the organization’s activities.

 

What does the standard require?

The organization must implement a series of measures and controls in a reasonable and proportionate manner to help prevent, detect, and deal with bribery, including:

  • Anti-bribery policy
  • Management leadership, commitment and responsibility
  • Personnel controls and training
  • Risk assessments
  • Due diligence on projects and business associates
  • Financial, commercial and contractual controls
  • Reporting, monitoring, investigation and review

Corrective action and continual improvement
What does ISO 37001 address?
• Bribery by the organization, or by its personnel or business associates acting on the organization’s behalf or for its benefit.
• Bribery of the organization, or of its personnel or business associates in relation to the organization’s activities.

What does the standard require?
The organization must implement a series of measures and controls in a reasonable and proportionate manner to help prevent, detect, and deal with bribery, including:
• Anti-bribery policy
• Management leadership, commitment and responsibility
• Personnel controls and training
• Risk assessments
• Due diligence on projects and business associates
• Financial, commercial and contractual controls
• Reporting, monitoring, investigation and review
• Corrective action and continual improvement

Steps Involved in Implementation

The certification of your quality management system takes place in the following steps. Our experts will be at your disposal during the whole process as competent contacts.

  • Preliminary audit (optional)
  • GAP Analysis (optional)
  • Certification audit: Examination of your documentation and a demonstration of the practical application
  • Issue of certification
  • Annual surveillance audit
  • Re-certification before the end of three years

 

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