Risk and reputation management systems

As globalisation increases and organisations start to rely more on developing technology, organisations are increasingly coming to understand the importance of behaving in a transparent and ethical way. It's therefore becoming more important to implement practices, processes and controls to ensure business objectives and stakeholder expectations are met.

LRQA's range of risk and reputation management systems assessment services can help organisations demonstrate their credentials within a sustainable, ethical and risk management framework.

Risk and reputation standards

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BS 8900

BS 8900 is designed to manage the sustainable development of organisations and provides a certifiable framework for integrating sustainable development within business practices, including economic, social and environmental aspects.

BS 10500

BS 10500 is designed to help organisations to prove to both internal and external stakeholders that they have robust anti-bribery practices in place and that they are being implemented adequately.

CSR Reporting

Corporate Sustainability Reporting, alternatively known as CSR reporting, is the process whereby companies - public, private; large and small - report on their non-financial performance. These reports allow organisations to demonstrate to stakeholders the impact their activities are having on the environment, society and sustainability.

Supply Chain Risk Management

Supply chain risk management are the management controls implement by an organisation to mitigate and manage the identified supply chain risks.