ISO 37001. Anti-bribery management system.
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- The requirements of ISO 37001
- How an organization can prevent and detect bribery
- How to improve the anti-bribery performance of a company
- Examples of anti-bribery controls
- No specific requirements or prerequisites.
- Familiarity with ISO standads is helpful but not mandatory.
The purpose of this course is to detail the requirements of ISO 37001:2016, the first international standard that defines the requirements for an anti-bribery management system.
ISO 37001 can be used by any organization, large or small, whether it be in the public, private or voluntary sector, and in any country. It is a flexible tool, which can be adapted according to the size and nature of the organization and the bribery risk it faces.
The structure of the course includes:
- an introductory part that discusses the concept of anti-bribery management and general aspects on ISO 37001;
- section Context of the organization (Chapter 4 of the standard) that discusses internal and external issues relevant to the organization, needs and expectations of interested parties, the scope of the anti-bribery management system and the bribery risk assessment;
- section Leadership (Chapter 5 of ISO 37001) to discuss the importance of having senior management support for the anti-bribery system, about the anti-bribery policy and the anti-bribery compliance function;
- section Planning (Chapter 6) about risks and opportunities, anti-bribery objectives and planning for their achievement;
- section Support (Chapter 7) on resources for the anti-bribery system, competence, the employment process (including the pre-employment investigation), the disciplinary process, performance bonuses and similar incentives, training and awareness on anti-bribery topics, communication (internal and external) and the documentation of the anti-bribery management system;
- section Operation (Chapter 8) about the due-diligence process for transactions, relationship and activities, financial and non-financial controls, controlled organizations and business partners, anti-bribery commitments, raising concerns (whistleblowing), managing situations where the anti-bribery controls prove inadequate, investigating and dealing with bribery cases;
- section Performance evaluation (Chapter 9) about how to monitor and measure the anti-bribery management system, about internal audits and reviews by top management, the governing body and the anti-bribery compliance function;
- section Improvement (Chapter 10) on how to deal with nonconformities, implementation of corrective actions and how to improve the anti-bribery management system.
- a final part with a recapitulation of what is required for an anti-bribery management system and aspects on the certification to ISO 37001.
At the end of the course there is simple quiz to test your knowledge in the field of anti-bribery.
Learn about how to prevent, detect and combat bribery with an anti-bribery management system according to ISO 37001!
- Compliance professionals
- Risk professionals
- Anti-corruption and anti-bribery specialists
About the size and consequences of the bribery phenomenon at international level. General aspects on anti-bribery management.
The top management of the organization is responsible to assign roles, responsibilities and authorities to relevant personnel. About the anti-bribery compliance function, requirements and responsibilities for this position. About delegated decision-making.
About how the organization shall ensure that its personnel has the required competence. Methods to fill the gap between existing and required competence. The employment process including the pre-employment investigation (due diligence on personnel) and what this investigation should cover. The disciplinary process. About performance bonuses and other incentives. Conflicts of interest and the bribery risks that come along.
About the policies of the organization that refer to gifts, hospitality, travel, donations, sponsorships and other benefits. Examples of possible controls for the offering and receiving of such benefits so that they do not constitute or be perceived as constituting bribery.
About the whistleblowing process for reporting cases of actual, attempted or suspected bribery or any sort of violations of the anti-bribery controls. What are the requirements of ISO 37001 with regards to the whistleblowing process and on the protection of those raising the concerns.
What is the certification process for an anti-bribery management system. Who can perform the certification and what is the process.