The context surrounding organisations is increasingly complex and the demands of the stakeholder groups are increasingly greater:
quality of products and services, environmental protection, operational, financial and regulatory risks, cost management, social responsibility, good governance, crime prevention, health and safety of employees, among others.
UNE-ISO 31000 sets out guidelines for managing risk faced by organisations and provides a common approach to managing any type of risk, regardless of an organisation's sector or size and including decision-making at all levels of the organisation.
AENOR Risk management certification according to
UNE-ISO 31000 it recognises organisations that have implemented a risk management model that follows all the guidelines and recommendations established in the standard. It focuses mainly on corporate risk and facilitates progress in the management of other more specific types of risk such as operational, legal, financial and strategic risk.
Appropriate Risk Management enables organisations:
Risk Management according to
UNE-ISO 31000, is applicable to any organisation regardless of its size, activity, type of risk and location.
AENOR certification according to
UNE-ISO 31000 is perfectly compatible and integrable with other management systems as the concept of risk is common across high level structures in all recognised management systems such as ISO
14001, ISO45001 or any other system based on the PDCA cycle and continuous improvement.
Once it passes the certification process, the organisation obtains:
AENOR Brand Risk Management ISO 31000
AENOR launches Risk Management certification with AENOR specification EA31 in 2013. As of 2019, around 10 organisations have this certification, which is undergoing a process of transition to the new certification
Aguas de Calpe was the first organisation to obtain the risk management certification according to the standard