Supplier Audits

Supplier Audits

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Increasing competition with the effect of globalization in today's conditions increases the importance that companies attach to cost, timely delivery and quality. For many organizations, the supply chain is vital for business continuity in an increasingly competitive environment. For this reason, correct identification and effective management of risks related to the supply chain have become necessary. The ISO 28000 Supply Chain Security Standard in 2007 specifies critical safety requirements for a reliable supply chain in order to manage supply chain security risks and to support supply continuity in a volatile environment of our time.

ISO 28000 is an international standard, defines the requirements of the Supply Chain Security Management System and provides a management model to organizations that want to implement this system. It aims to manage the risks effectively by putting the activities of the organization related to Supply chain security under the same umbrella with other management systems.

ISO 28000 Supply Chain Security Management System Standard Series

ISO 28000 ISO Technical Committee (TC8) was developed by “Ship and Marine Technology”. Due to its risk-based approach to security systems, it relies on the ISO format adopted by ISO 14001: 2004. The standards form the ISO 28000 series;

ISO 28000: 2007- Supply Chain Security Management Standard (SMS) requirements standard against harmonized certified organizations;

Specifications for Supply Chain Security Management System;

• ISO 28001: 2007- Requirements and provides guidance for international supply chain organizations.
• Contributes to the meeting of the Applicable Competent Economic Operator (AEO) criteria set out by the World Customs Organization and the implementation of national supply chain security programs.

ISO 28002: 2010 PAS- Development of flexibility in the supply chain - Requirements with user manual;

• ISO 28003: 2007 - Requirements for supply chain security systems for auditing and certification organizations.
• Provides general advice on ISO 28004: 2007 - ISO 28000: 2007 implementation.
• ISO / AWI 28005 - (Under Development) Electronic Connection Permit- Part 1: Message structures
• ISO / AWI 28005- Electronic Connection Permission - Part 2: Core data elements

Benefits of ISO 28000 Supply Chain Security Management System

An organization has several reasons to require an ISO 28000 standard. Some of its key benefits are:

• Ensuring the determination of security risks and taking necessary measures in all sectors of the industry with the implementation of an efficient security management system, and ensuring the least possible damage,
• Enabling the relevant activities to be brought to the agenda of the senior management and to manage them together with other business decisions,
• To give customs authorities the ability to demonstrate your ability to identify and control security risks, • Especially in the logistics sector, ensuring that the legal authorities have confidence in your organization, since many requirements are in line with the standard in AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) applications,
• Gaining the trust of companies / services provided and providing competitive advantage,
• Increasing the overall image of the organization,

ISO 28000 Supplier Chain Security Management System Items

4.1 General Security Conditions
4.2 Security Policy Terms
4.3 Security Planning Requirements
4.3.1 Security Threats Analysis and Selection of Audits
• 4.3.2 Complying with Legal and Other Security Requirements
4.3.3 Security Management Purposes Setup
4.3.4 Setting Security Management Goals
4.3.5 Development of Security Management Programs
4.4 Security Application Conditions
4.4.1 Creating Security Management Structure
4.4.2 Providing Authority and Providing Security Training
4.4.3 Developing Security Communication Procedure
• 4.4.4 Preparation and Registration of SMS Documents
4.4.5 Control of SMS Documents and Data
• 4.4.6 Application of Operational SMS Control Measures
4.4.7 Preparation of Emergency SMS plans and programs
4.5 Security Requirements Audit
4.5.1 Monitor and Measure Security Performance
• 4.5.2 Evaluation of Security Management System
4.5.3 Investigation and Action of Security Events
4.5.4 Security Management Records Control
4.5.5 Audit of Security Management System
4.6 Security Review Conditions

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