ISO31000 was updated in February 2018. The main changes compared to the previous edition are as follows:
- review of the principles of risk management, which are the key criteria for its success;
- highlighting of the leadership by top management and the integration of risk management, starting with the governance of the organization;
- greater emphasis on the iterative nature of risk management, noting that new experiences, knowledge and analysis can lead to a revision of process elements, actions and controls at each stage of the process;
- streamlining of the content with greater focus on sustaining an open systems model to fit multiple needs and contexts.
G31000 has developed a simple yet very powerful checklist to help you integrate risk management into decision making, core processes and the overall culture of the organisation.
Register for the Changes in ISO31000:2018 workshop during the RISK AWARENESS WEEK 2019 and receive the checklist in mail. Registration for this workshop is free: https://2019.riskawarenessweek.com/talks/changes-in-iso310002018/
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