The ISO 31000 Standard offers generic orientations for risk management. ISO 31000 sets out principles, a framework, and a process for the management of all forms of risk, in all organizations, regardless of size. It does not mandate a one-size-fits-all approach, but emphasizes tailoring the principles and guidelines to the specific needs and structure of the organization.
Organizations of all types and sizes face a range of risks that can have an impact on whether they achieve their objectives. All organizational activities involve risks. The ISO 31000 guidelines promote integration of risk management into all aspects of an organization’s activities, including strategy and planning, business resilience, IT, corporate governance, HR, compliance, health and safety, business continuity, crisis management and security.
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The SoftExpert solution enables organizations to easily meet ISO 31000 requirements, providing resources to manage risks, controls, action plans, and also trainings, non-conformances, KPIs, processes and others, boosting organizational efficiency, establishing a common terminology, as well as standardizing best practices and frameworks. With online collaboration capabilities, the organization and managers can communicate and be updated about the compliance initiatives, involving more users, teams, offices and business units with a systematic and unified approach to obtain excellence in risk management.
Simplify risk management implementation.
Encourage proactive rather than reactive management.
Be aware of the need to identify and treat risk throughout the organization.
Improve identification of opportunities and threats.
Comply with relevant legal and regulatory requirements and international norms.
Improve financial reporting.
Improve corporate governance.
Improve stakeholder confidence and trust.
Establish a reliable basis for decision making and planning.
Effectively allocate and use resources for risk treatment.
Improve operational effectiveness and efficiency.
Improve incident management and prevention.
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