ISO 28000 Standard Series – Supply Chain Safety Management Systems
Ukraine’s favourable transport location and the country’s integration into the global economy increases the number of high-tech and expensive assets which are transported through its territory and used in Ukraine. In this regard, there is an urgent need to ensure the safety of such assets at a level that meets international standards.
The supply chain safety management system will help your organisation increase its resilience to external impacts and focuses on planning, implementation and decision-making during and after incidents in the supply chain.
Standard Target Group
The ISO 28000 standard series can be applied to any organisation, regardless of size and scope. The integrated approach proposed by this standard is flexible and preventive, and benefits from the knowledge, capabilities and internal experience of the respective organisation.
- Optimisation of the administration system in compliance with modern technology and safety requirements
- Strengthening of your company’s positive image vis-à-vis regulatory authorities and stakeholders
- Improvement of your company’s reliability rating among business partners
- Reduction in the level of insurance risks
- Competitive advantage in business cooperation with organisations working with expensive assets
- Analysis of your supply chain safety management system
- Development and implementation of the supply chain safety management system
- Improvement of the existing management system
- Follow-up of the certification audit procedure
- Conduct of an internal audit and audit of your suppliers
- Training of personnel in the supply chain safety management system.
Other standards in the field of supply chain security management
TAPA ‒ Transported Asset Protection Association standards
IFS Logistics ‒ Management system for logistics companies engaged in processing of food and non-food products
BRC Global Standard for Storage and Distribution ‒ Management system for companies engaged in the storage and distribution of products