ISO 28000 Supply Chain Safety Management System

The ISO 28000 standard. Specification for supply chain security management systems is applicable to companies of any size that participate in any of the stages of the supply chain: manufacturing, storage, transport, service, etc. This is a certifiable standard, which includes the requirements to ensure the implementation and maintenance of a Supply Chain Security Management System, controlling and minimizing risks and threats that may arise in the logistics chain and establishing measures to ensure the safety of products and services at all stages. It is of generic applicability. In organizations of all kinds regardless of their size, manufacturers, exporters and importers, logistics personnel, customs beyond the means by which the product is distributed.

 

Being a rule directed to a management system is based on the cycle of continuous improvement, identifying the threats to security, assessing the risks and controlling and mitigating their consequences.

 

Risk analysis and the definition of scenarios is one of the critical tasks in the definition and implementation of the Supply Chain Security Management System.

 

The standard defines the Supply Chain as "a related set of resources and processes that begins with the provision of raw materials and extends through the delivery of products or services to the end user through modes of transportation."

ISO 28000 is a standard that provides the company with a high level security management system in the supply chain, which correlates with resources and processes ranging from the provision of raw materials to the delivery of the final product to Their users through a logistics network.

 

All this will be endowed with an improvement of security at all levels that will be directly reflected in the final results of the given service, as well as a facility of successful response in unforeseen cases of emergencies.



The advantages offered:

  • Demonstrate your advanced proposal regarding safety in transportation and logistics.

  • Transport safety standards available within a unified management system.

  • Saving the cost means multiple certifications and improving the performance of the supply chain.

  • Optimize your processes and ensure that the supply chain runs uninterrupted, improving the flow of goods.

  • Possibility of integration with other international regulations

  • Reinforcement of the image and credibility of the company by combating the activities of smuggling, theft and deterioration of goods.

  • Improvement in the speed of response to emergency situations.