Supply Chain Security
This standard helps manage and improve the security of supply chains – in aspects such as financing, manufacturing, information management and the facilities for packing, storing and transferring goods between modes of transport and locations. These aspects should be considered directly, where and when they have an impact on security management, including transporting these goods along the supply chain.
ISO 28000 standard requires the organisation to assess its security needs, determine if adequate security measures are in place and if there are any regulatory requirements that the organisation needs to comply to. These considerations help determine the policies, objectives and controls to be applied within the supply chain.
ISO 28000 – Specification for security management systems for the supply chain, offers a framework for providing effective physical security management through a system that identifies security threats, assesses risk, establishes objectives for implementing controls and continuously improves the physical security of the organization.
A formal approach to security management can contribute directly to the business capability and credibility of the organisation, as well as provide assurance of a secure supply chain.
Benefits of Implementing ISO 28000
- Assure a secure supply chain and in this, address a very real and costly business risk to the organisation
- Fulfill one of the conditions of supply
- Gain customer recognition and approval and open doors to the worldwide markets
- Gain in customer satisfaction and retention
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