With so many goods and services brought to market at the end of often complex supply chains – frequently on an international basis – maintaining the security of the supply chain is imperative for a huge range of organisations. Certification to ISO 28000 acts as a corner-stone of managing the inherent risks in the supply chain by providing a structured approach to understanding, measuring and managing these risks. ISO give further explanation of ISO 28000.
ABS QE introduce how security management is linked to many aspects of your business, including the supply chain and how the ISO 28000 standard specifies security requirements in all areas of the supply chain.
Bureau Veritas show companies, who would like to assure security while identifying potential threats, assessing risk and implementing measures to prevent any risks and threats affecting the success of their business, the benefits of ISO 28000.
DNV GL Business Assurance discuss how an ISO 28000 certificate proves that your management system has been measured against a best practice standard for supply chain security and found compliant. Issued by a third party certification body/registrar, the certificate provides assurance that you are actively managing risks in the supply chain with the aim of reducing and preventing loss.
Lloyd’s Register demonstrate how ISO 28000 offers organisations working within, or relying on, the logistics industry, a framework that identifys aspects critical to the security assurance of their supply chain. These aspects include, but are not limited to, financing, manufacturing, information management and the facilities for packing, storing and the transferring of goods between modes of transport and locations.
SGS show how to demonstrate your commitment to supply chain security management systems and protect your goods and brand across the world with ISO 28000 certification.