Why Anti-Bribery Management System is important for you?

2018-06-21

Bribery and corruption continues to be one of the highest priority compliance risks of our time!

The newly published ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System is a significant development for organisations seeking to better manage bribery and corruption risks.

ISO 37001 serves as a framework in the precaution of organisational integrity and helps to combat bribery associated risks and to encourage a decent business culture. It helps organisations to prevent, identify and respond to bribery and comply with Anti-Bribery regulations and voluntary commitments applicable to its activities.

Check out the publications below and discover what ISO 37001 can do for you and your organisation.

ISO 37001 Lead Implementer training and certification

Support your organisation in implementing and managing an Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) based on ISO 37001.

This management system is designed to be integrated with any existing system, and can be adapted to any organisation in any country.

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ISO 37001 Lead Auditor training and certification

Audit an Anti-Bribery Management System based on ISO 37001:2016 and ensures your organisation is competent in maintaining its management system.

This course will equip you with the skills and ability to perform audits by applying widely recognized audit principles, procedures and techniques.

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