Anti-bribery management systems
Is the first international anti-bribery standard.
Over 80 experts, from 28 participating countries, 16 observer countries and 7 liaison organizations, are involved in the drafting of the standard.
he requirements of ISO 37001:2016 are generic and are intended to be applicable to all organizations (or parts of an organization), regardless of type, size, and nature of the activity, and whether in the public, private or not-for-profit section.
This is a flexible tool that can be adapted to your specific situation.
Anti-bribery policy – is the main component that defines the anti-bribery management system
Leadership, roles and responsibilities for overseeing and implementing anti-bribery management system
Monitoring, reporting and management review
Separation of duties to avoid conflicts of interest
Corrective actions and continual improvement
Defining disciplinary actions against personnel who violate the anti-bribery policy
Bribery risk assessment
Policies and procedures to investigate and deal with bribery
Periodic change of auditors and independent audits
Сontinuous Awareness and training on anti-bribery issues
Financial and non-financial controls to reduce bribery risks
Transparent competitive tender process
Employment process and anti-bribery compliance
Anonymous reporting – will allow to detect the facts of bribery and corruption
Control on using cash, accepting gifts, political and charitable donations
Increasing the level of trust of partners and contractors to your company
Effective prevention, detection, and reaction against corruption
Bribery risk reduction
«Active Audit Agency»
implements the ISO/IEC 37001 standard and prepares the Customer for a certification audit
Recommended certification body
Professional Evaluation and Certification Board Ukraine (Ukraine,Canada)
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