Anti-bribery Management (ISO 37001)


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31 Critical Success Factors built-in to the Assessment Module for Anti-bribery Management (ISO 37001:2016)

  • Organizational Context

    • Understanding the organisation and its context
    • Understanding the needs and expectations of interested parties
    • Determining the scope of the anti-bribery management system
    • Anti-bribery management system
    • Bribery risk assessment
  • Leadership

    • Leadership and commitment
    • Anti-bribery Policy
    • Organisational roles, responsibilities and authorities
  • Planning

    • Actions to address risks and opportunities
    • Anti-bribery objectives, energy targets, and planning to achieve them
  • Support

    • Resources
    • Competence
    • Awareness and training
    • Communication
    • Documented information
  • Operations

    • Operational planning and control
    • Due diligence
    • Financial controls
    • Non-financial controls
    • Anti-bribery controls
    • Anti-bribery commitments
    • Gifts, hospitality, donations, and similar benefits
    • Managing inadequacy of anti-bribery controls
    • Raising concerns
    • Investigating and dealing with bribery
  • Performance Evaluation

    • Monitoring, measurement, analysis, and evaluation of energy performance
    • Internal audit
    • Management review
    • Review by anti-bribery compliance function
  • Improvement

    • Nonconformity and corrective action
    • Continual improvement

Organisations have a responsibility to proactively contribute to combating bribery. This can be achieved by an anti-bribery management system, which this document is intended to provide, and through leadership commitment to establishing a culture of integrity, transparency, openness and compliance. The nature of an organisation’s culture is critical to the success or failure of an anti-bribery management system. A well-managed organisation is expected to have a compliance policy supported by appropriate management systems to assist it in complying with its legal obligations and commitment to integrity. An anti-bribery policy is a component of an overall compliance policy. The anti-bribery policy and supporting management system helps an organisation to avoid or mitigate the costs, risks and damage of involvement in bribery, to promote trust and confidence in business dealings and to enhance its reputation.

The ISO 37001:2016 Anti-bribery Management Assessment Module within Performax is designed to help organisations ensure continuous compliance to the standard, based on LIVE employee feedback on the key components of the standard. In addition, it presents advanced analytics and collaborative action planning capabilities. There is a 30-day free trial (max. 10 users) available for new customers.

The assessment module can be customised and implemented within 2-3 hours. The initial round of feedback from stakeholders may take 1-2 weeks. Reports are generated in real-time. So, within 2-4 weeks, you’ll be able to ‘sense and respond’ to anti-bribery management issues, and take action on innovative improvement ideas.

ISO 37001 Anti-bribery Management Standard reflects international good practice and can be used in all jurisdictions. It is applicable to small, medium and large organizations in all sectors, including public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

The bribery risks facing an organization vary according to factors such as the size of the organization, the locations and sectors in which the organization operates, and the nature, scale and complexity of the organization’s activities.

ISO 37001 specifies the implementation by the organization of policies, procedures and controls which are reasonable and proportionate according to the bribery risks the organization faces. The ISO 37001:2016 Anti-bribery Management System Assessment includes 7 Key Result Areas (KRAs) and 31 Critical Success Factors (CSFs):

Carrying out the Anti-bribery Management (ISO 37001:2016) assessment through Performax allows you to engage key internal employees and external stakeholders (customers, partners, etc.) in a LIVE feedback and feed-forward process. Gain multi-stakeholder insights on the 31 critical success factors, derived from the ISO 37001:2016 standard, relevant to your Anti-bribery Management program.

With Performax, organizations can engage employees, partners, suppliers, and customer focus groups in evaluating its effectiveness, strengths and weaknesses, and capturing ‘ideas for action’ for Anti-bribery Management. Using ISO 37001:2016 helps ensure that products and services are produced in a way that follows the highest standards of anti-bribery management, which in turn brings many business benefits.

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