Commenting is open to public until 25 April 2017

Thanks to the numerous discussions on ISO 31000 in the Linkedin group (currently stands at 61000+ members), the Global Institute for Risk Management Standards (G31000) has been influencing the experts writing the revision of the ISO 31000 standard. Now the new revision is open for public comment. Given your experience and knowledge in risk management, it is important to channel your thoughts to the international ISO Technical Committee (ISO TC 262) in charge of the ISO 31000 standard.

The revision of ISO 31000:2009, Risk management – Principles and guidelines, has moved one step further to Draft International Standard (DIS) stage where the draft is now available for public comment. The revision work follows a distinct objective: to make things easier and clearer. This is achieved by using a simple language to express the fundamentals of risk management in a way that is coherent and understandable to users. The text has been reduced to its fundamental concepts to create a shorter, clearer and more concise document that is easier to read whilst remaining widely applicable.

The standard provides guidelines on the benefits and values of effective and efficient risk management, and should help organizations better understand and deal with the uncertainties they face in the pursuit of their objectives. 

Download the current revision draft from the official ISO website before commenting: https://www.iso.org/standard/65694.html (available in English and French) or this free website: http://iso31000.net/iso-dis-31000/ (available in English)

G31000 will collect all replies and channel them to the national ISO representative in your country – see https://www.iso.org/members.html. If you want, you could be contacted for clarification.

“The message our group would like to pass on to the reader of the DIS is to critically assess if the current draft can provide the guidance required while remaining relevant to all organizations in all countries. It is important to keep in mind that we are not drafting an American or European standard, a public or financial services standard, but much rather a generic International Standard,”
Jason Brown, Chair of ISO technical committee ISO/TC 262, Risk management, that developed the standard.

“The revision of ISO 31000 is now open for public comments. Given your knowledge and experience in risk management, you are strongly encouraged to share your comments & suggestions because you are the ultimate user and you know what your organisation needs when referring to the only international standard in risk management which applies to all sectors, all industries and all types of risks. Thank you in advance for your contributions.”
 
Alex Dali, ARM, MBA, CT31000 – President of the Global Institute for Risk Management Standard – G31000


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