ISO 31000 – Moving forward into 2018 continued (part 4)

ISO 31000 FDIS (Final Draft International Standard) was approved by an outstanding majority 96 % and the new version of the standard is planned for next month.

The series of reports on the changes against ISO 31000:2009 started last year in October has been continued. The new article will provide the reader with an update into the thinking behind changes in Clause 5 of the standard where the purpose of the risk management framework, a key to the area of integrating risk management into all activities of the organization is described. The report will be continued. Go to

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ISO 31000:2009 translated into Arabic available

A translation of ISO 31000: 2009 Risk Management –  Principles and  Guidelines into Arabic has been adopted by the Jordan Standards and Metrology Organization (JSMO). The Arabic version of ISO 31000:2009 has been officially accredited and is being implemented in Jordan since October 2nd, 2017 after having been approved by the Jordanian Cabinet as a Jordanian Standard for Risk Management under the name of »JS 2159/2017 Risk Management –  Principles and Guidelines«. A copy can be obtained from JSMO. 

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ISO 31000:2018 will be adopted in Germany

Prof. Dr. Udo Weis, the Chairman of DIN NA 175-00-04 AA, the German mirror committee to ISO/TC 262.

In his recent interview by isotc262 reports of DIN’s decision on November 24th, 2017 to approve ISO/FDIS 31000:2017 and to initiate procedures to adopt the new version of ISO 31000 as a national standard.  He describes the improvements of the new Version

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ISO 31000 – Moving forward into 2018 continued

ISO 31000 was circulated as FDIS (Final Draft International Standard) for voting by the NSBS in October. An outstanding majority of more than 90 % approved the FDIS and the new version of the standard is planned for publication in early 2018.

This series of reports on the changes against ISO 31000:2009 has been continued. The new article will provide the reader with an update into the thinking behind changes in Clause 4 of the standard where the key principles which guide the purpose of risk management is described. The report will be continued. Go to

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ISO 31000 – Moving forward into 2018 continued

ISO 31000 has been circulated as FDIS (Final Draft International Standard) for voting by the NSBS which will terminate on December 13th, 2017.

This series of reports on the changes against ISO 31000:2009 has been continued. The new article deals with Introduction, Scope and Terms and Definitions – the parts of ISO 31000 most strongly condensed in the ongoing revision. The report will be continued. Go to

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ISO/TC 262 completed its Sunnyvale meeting

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.

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Tasks for Sunnyvale – ISO/TC 262 WG 2 is well prepared

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.

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isotc262.org starts a new category of the website: Case Studies – Journeys into the world of ISO 31000

contact-knowledgebaseCase Studies draw on real life experiences of businesses drawing on the Standard to support their objectives. Those experiences reflect the pre-existing conditions.

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