37001 is the international standard that specifies requirements and provides guidelines to establish, implement, maintain, review, and improve an anti-bribery management system.
Bribery is one of the most common types of corruption in the world of business. Companies and other kinds of organisations can and should contribute to the fight through the dedicated commitment of their leaders to establish a culture of integrity, transparency, honesty and compliance, and one that fights against bribery and corruption.
The standard ISO37001 for anti-bribery management systems provides organisations with a series of measures that can be adopted in a proportional and reasonable way to prevent, detect and manage criminal behaviour related to bribery in compliance with legislation and other commitments made voluntarily.
The external certification audit of the anti-bribery management system by an independent, expert and recognised third party, such as AENOR, is one of the most reliable, efficient and transparent ways for a company to meet these requirements and to openly and publicly express its commitment.
Organisations of any size, sector and nature, and regardless of their level of exposure to the risk.
Organisations that want to improve their penal compliance systems and to give a solid and reliable reply to the provisions established in national legislation (Penal Code) and other overseas criminal law (UKBA, FCPA among others).
It will also be applicable in any country.
Once the process has been passed the organisation obtains:
AENOR Conform IURISCERT Compliance MarkISO
National and international organisations, both public and private, from various sectors have already obtained the AENOR IURISCERT ISO 37001 certificate after undergoing the external audit.
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