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ISO 37001 Implementation | Anti-Bribery Management

We’ll assign a team of experienced professionals (certified lead implementor) to work as a team. During all our visits to your organization, we’ll provide a personalized counseling based on the expertise of our professionals focused on optimizing the end results of the project.



Steps of a Anti-Bribery Management System Implementation process:

As governments throughout the world increasingly enforce their anti-bribery laws, often resulting in significant fines, penalties and reputational damage, no organization can afford to ignore the risk of bribery.  In October 2016, the International Standards Organization published ISO 37001 – Anti-bribery management systems, a standard that specifies a series of measures to help organizations prevent, detect and address bribery.  ISO 37001 is the first international standard addressing best practices for an anti-bribery program, addressing both bribery by the organization and bribery of the organization.  The standard is designed to be used by public, private, and non-profit organizations anywhere in the world and is suitable not only for large organizations, but for small and medium-size enterprises as well.


Becoming ISO 37001 certified is the best way to ensure that your organization is doing all that it can to prevent and address instances of bribery and to demonstrate to personnel, business associates, stakeholders and the public that your organization is committed to preventing bribery.  Requiring business associates to be ISO 37001 certified provides additional protection for organizations who want to ensure that their third parties are not engaging in acts of bribery and can serve as evidence that an organization engaged in proper due diligence when contracting with third parties.