At its meeting in Sunnyvale from July 10th to July 14th TC 262 and its WG 2 managed to review more than 800 comments and after a final editing check ISO 31000 is expected to go to Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) stage for ballot. TC members hope that the revised standard will be published early next year. Also, TC 262 discussed strategy in Sunnyvale and WG 5 met and addressed the comments to WD (working draft) 2 of ISO 31022 Risk management – Guidelines for the management of legal Risk.
Following the approval of ISO/DIS 31000:2017 with a clear majority of 88% of the votes cast TC 262 and ist working group 2 will meet in Sunnyvale, California from today, July 10th to July 14th to continue the revision of the standard. For this meeting WG 2 is well prepared as all task groups from the Amman meeting have held virtual meetings to plan their approach in Sunnyvale.
TC 262 will also be discussing strategic plans to create a family of standards on risk management with companion standards to ISO 31000.
The first item is a contribution from France by Françoise Gaucher who is Risk Manager Expert of Groupe La Poste. Also, she is the Chairperson to the French Mirror Committee to TC 262. The French group La Poste, a major public company based on a multi-business model refers to ISO 31000 since 2015.
To learn more about La Poste and ISO 31000 go to: Case Studies
Comments and votes on ISO/DIS 31000 have been submitted and a clear majority has approved the draft international standard. The next meeting of ISO/TC 262 will take place from July 10th to July 14th in Sunnyvale, California. It will open and close with Technical Committee plenaries while the rest of the time will mostly be spent in Working Group 2 meetings doing the bulk of the work. (photo: TrenchFreeTM)
The ISO/TC 262 SBP (Strategic Business Plan) is up for revision. TC 262 created Ad‑Hoc group 02 to start the revision of its SBP. This group started working in March and is discussing the SBP. It is also canvassing TC 262 members to gather ideas for future work and it is discussing recommendations on numbering an titling for TC 262. Stakeholders are invited to look at the current edition of the SBP for TC 262 which was created in 2013 and which is available to the public for free on the ISO Website and send in their remarks to the secreariat.
ISO 31000 has been circulated as DIS (Draft International Standard) on February 17th and is now available for public review. Interested Parties should contact their National Standardization Bodies listed on iso.org. Togerther with the experts who worked on the DIS isotc262 reports on the status of the ongoing revision explaining the key changes compared to the 2009 version and discussing why those changes have been made – informing you first-hand on the work of the Technical Committee.
Following TMB approval on February 9th, 2017, Jason Brown, who had been nominated the new chairman of TC 262 by BSI, took office. He succeeded Kevin Knight.
Jason is a corporate director in Thales in Australia with a range of global responsibilities and extensive standards experience. He talked to isotc262.org about his career, his journey to risk management and his views on the future of TC 262.
In line with ISO procedural rules Kevin Knight’s term as helmsman of TC 262 expires on December 31st, 2016 without the option for renewal. He will hand over the helm to Jason Brown, a corporate director in Thales in Australia with a range of global responsibilities which demonstrate high level leadership and risk management expertise.
Following a resolution of TC 262 taken at its Moscow meeting on April 8th, 2016 and further consultation and ballots of the National standards bodies both ISO/TC 262 WG 3 Disruption Related Risk and ISO/TC 262 WG 4 Supply Chain Risk have been disbanded on formal grounds. Their work items were discontinued.
TC 262 Working Group 2 tackled over 865 technical comments to CD 3 of ISO 31000 by breaking up into four task groups and good coordination between them facilitated by Helen Foster (Australia and Awad Loubani (Canada) ensuring consistency of the evolving document. The new draft presented at the end of the week to the TC will be issued as DIS after some final editing and will be considerably shorter than the 2009 version of the standard.