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contact-3Articles, white papers and presentations on key issues of risk management are published here:

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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. 

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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 96 % approved the FDIS and the new version of the standard is planned for publication in early 2018. This article continues the series of reports on the changes against ISO 31000:2009. It 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. 

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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 article continues the series of reports on the changes against ISO 31000:2009. It 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.

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ISO 31000 – Moving forward into 2018

ISO 31000 has been circulated as FDIS (Final Draft International Standard) on October 18th – voting to terminate on December 13th, 2017. Interested Parties can contact their National Standardization Bodies listed on iso.org. This article starts a series of reports on the changes against ISO 31000:2009. There is A list of the main changes compared to the previous edition of the standard in four bullet points. The report will be continued.

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disISO 31000 Quo Vadis?

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. In this article 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: [article] (2017-02-18)