ISO 37001

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What is ISO 37001 certification?

We share a negative perception of corruption around the world, and to prevent this, the ISO 37001 standard was established.

 

This standard was issued in October 2006 to define requirements applicable to all organizations and industries as a new international standard to replace the BS 10500.

 

ISO 37001 stipulates requirements for the establishment, implementation, maintenance, and improvement of an anti-corruption management system in the organization.

 

 

Effects of Certification

-Reduced risk due to violation of laws and regulations resulting from bribery at the individual and organizational level.

-Increase customer confidence in organization and business activities.

-Improve partnership based on trust from organizations and agencies in partnership.

-Sharing awareness of anti-corruption with employees and business partners.

-prevention of expenses associated with bribery

-Meeting an anti-brain water system that is strengthened in various bids, including public institutions

 

ISO 37001 states that although the standards do not specifically address violations of fraud, antitrust/fair competition, or money laundering, the scope of the management system can be expanded to include such acts as an organization's choice.

 

 

Certification target

- Government agencies, public sector, and policy evaluation agencies

- All companies accompanied by cooperative relations

 

Requirement

1 scope

2 Normative references

3 Terms and definitions

4 Context of the organization

5 Leadership

6 Planning

7 Support

8 Operation

9 Performance evaluation

 

 

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