ISO 31000 - Risk Management
You never know what is going to happen. Things like natural disasters, economies crashing and people passing away can happen at any time. These things catch us off guard and can have a drastic impact on a business that is not prepared.
QSM Group can help your business implement and integrate compliant management systems that enable your business to easily identify and mitigate against any risks.
ISO 22301 Business ContinuityISO 22301 is the International standard for business continuity. Planning for when a disaster strikes positions a business to have a more effective response and successful recovery.
Revised in late 2019, ISO 22301 is designed to implement easily into existing management processes. Certification to the standard is not a requirement. However, certification lets people know that your organisation meets the criteria of the standard. Find out more about ISO 22301 Business Continuity.
Click here and download the ISO 22301 publication from the ISO website.
What are the benefits for my business?
ISO 31000 outlines principles and a process for managing risk. Implementing an effective risk management system can see the following benefits for your business:
- Effective identification and mitigation of risks;
- Ensure all employees and other individuals involved in your business are aware of the importance of monitoring and managing risks; and,
- Improved identification of opportunities and threats.
Our QSM Resource Library has a range of Forms, Manuals, E-Books & policies and procedures available for your business to use in its QHSE & Compliance Management.
Improved Risk Management: Is Your Business looking to become compliant with or certified to ISO 31000?
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