Understanding anti-corruption management systems under ISO 37001
Sharing & Learning
Time & Location
14 Jan 2021, 15:30 – 17:30
About the event
The ISO 37001 Anti-Corruption Management System standard is an important tool that supports companies in their anti-corruption practices. The ISO 37001 standard provides guidance to companies of all sizes to help them prevent, detect and respond to corruption. It also helps companies to adapt to anti-corruption laws and to comply with any other voluntary commitments in the area of their operations.
This Sharing & Learning will provide an overview on the norms and measures of the ISO 37001 standard and how they can be implemented in the operations of companies. Simon Kröni, Neosys AG, will share his experience with anti-corruption management systems, its relevance and practical use. In a second input, Dr. Ruth E. Blumer Lahner, Kolb Distribution Ltd. and President of the GCNSL Board, will share the relevance of anti-corruption measures in Kolb Distribution Ltd. The event will be moderated by Antonio Hautle, Global Compact Network Switzerland & Liechtenstein.
15.35 Introduction: the UNGC Principle 10 on anti-corruption and the relvance for responsible business conduct, Antonio Hautle, Executive Director Global Compact Network Switzerland & Liechtenstein
15.45 Anti-corruprion management system ISO 37001: content, relevance and opportunity, Simon Kröni, Legal and environmental analyses, compliance audits, energy management, Neosys AG
16.10 The business case: why and how Kolb implements the standard to improve business performance, Dr. Ruth E. Blumer Lahner, Head Regulatory Affairs, Sustainability & SHEQ, Kolb Distribution Ltd.
16.30 Sharing & Learning among all participants