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ISO 31000 is the 2009 International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) international standard for risk management that provides organisations with a foundational plan for designing, implementing and maintaining risk management The latest version, ISO 31000:2018, is used by companies in various industries as a guide to improve their practices in accordance with ISO risk management standards.
The guidance for ISO 31000 certification can be adapted to suit the needs of each industry and company. The ISO standard provides a very general approach, which is applicable to any type of risk.
The New ISO 31000:2018 standard is a revised version to improve implementation in companies. These are the four most important improvements to ISO 31000:2018.
The new ISO 31000:2018 norm focusses on an integral approach which is based on general risk management instead of the old method of focussing on a specific aspect, such as quality, safety, health or environment. In this way the Standard provides an optimization process for a company as a whole, instead of specific aspects of it.
The new norm also focusses especiall on the competence of management to, again, establish a risk management covering all areas of a company more thoroughly. This helps to ensure a constant improvement of risk evaluation and corrective action.
The more thorough method of risk management according to DIN ISO 31000 is a more strategic, organizational approach of identifying, analyzing and categorizing risks. It deals with questions, such as:
The following principles illustrate the high importance of a risk management system. They also provide important hints and tips on the design and structure of a management system.
The four steps for successful ISO-31000 certification are based on the principles just described. Before a risk management system can be successfully introduced, the structure of a company must be in place. Both internal and external factors count. The various responsibilities must be clearly defined. Once the points are clear and have been implemented, these three steps can follow:
With a digital checklist for ISO 31000 certification, you can easily carry out a risk inspection via tablet or smartphone - online or offline. With the desktop version, you can create a customised checklist and then evaluate the collected data>
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