Brief description

ISO 22301, the world’s first international standard for Business Continuity Management (BCM), has been developed to help organizations minimize the risk of such disruptions. ISO has officially launched ISO 22301, “Societal security – Business continuity management systems – Requirements”, the new international standard for Business Continuity Management System (BCMS). This standard will replace the current British standard BS25999.
ISO 22301 is applicable to any type of organization, regardless of its size or sector. Business continuity management systems can be implemented by public or private companies, non-profit organizations, government institutions, among others.

What Are the Certification Benefits?

The implementation of a business continuity management system based on ISO 22301 offers several benefits for companies, including:
  • Risk identification and evaluation.
  • Crisis response planning.
  • Implementation of mitigation measures.
  • Business continuity maintenance.
  • Periodic testing.
  • Continuous improvement.
Companies with a business continuity management system based on ISO 22301 have a competitive advantage over organizations without such systems. It enables them to be prepared to face crisis situations and minimize the risks associated with interruptions in their activities.
It is an essential standard for any organization seeking to improve its ability to deal with crises, and its implementation helps organizations maintain business continuity and enhance the effectiveness of the system. Additionally, it not only benefits the organization itself but also improves its reputation, as it demonstrates its commitment to business continuity and its responsiveness in crisis situations.

What Are the Certification Benefits?

ISO 9001 application and certification adds value to an organization through:
  1. Enhancing customer confidence that the product and/or service provided satisfies the mutually agreed requirements as well as the applicable laws and egulations.
  2. Reducing operating costs through efficient operation and increased productivity.
  3. Increasing satisfaction of current and future needs of both customers and interested parties (employees, stakeholders and social environment).
  4. The implementation of continual improvement, with the aim of continually improving the organization’s activities.
  5. Creating a competitive advantage and attracting new customers and investors in international markets.
  6. Improving the performance of the organization’s corporate results, in combination with the required resources, to maintain its competitiveness in the global economic environment.

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