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New ISO handbook for preventing and combating bribery in organisations

Bribery is one of the world economy’s most costly and destructive issues, ruining communities and eroding public trust. Research from Transparency International has found that corruption has seriously undermined the global health response to COVID-19. 
ISO has an International Standard to combat corruption by helping organisations instil an anti-bribery culture. A new handbook has just been published that lets users of the standard maximise the benefits that it offers.

ISO 37001Anti-bribery management systems – Requirements with guidance for use, helps organisations put in place appropriate measures to prevent and address bribery, thereby cultivating a culture of honesty, transparency and integrity. Effective and diligent use of the standard can also minimise an organisation’s liability should any wrongdoing be suspected, by demonstrating that it does not condone bribery and has implemented measures to reduce the likelihood of it occurring.

A new handbook entitled ISO 37001:2016 – Anti-bribery management systems – A practical guide has just been published to assist users of the standard by giving more in-depth guidance and advice about bribery and the measures they can take to eradicate it.

The handbook features examples and advice on how the requirements can be met, supported by a number of case studies, comparisons with other internationally recognised anti-bribery tools and a list of supplementary documents that may be helpful.

It provides valuable information on how to get started with the standard, what needs to be done to implement the measures and how these can be tailored to meet the organisation’s specific context and needs.

ISO 37001:2016 – Anti-bribery management systems – A practical guide was developed in collaboration with UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization). It is available through the ISO Store.

This article was originally published here: https://www.iso.org/news/ref2669.html

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