Supply Chain Management & Risk
Supply chains are often vulnerable, especially during times of financial pressures that accompany a global economic downturn.
The risk factors involved in supply chains are numerous as there are so many contributing elements involved in their success.
The possibilities of a supplier defaulting, supply chain disruption due to physical and natural disasters, compliance risks, ethical responsibilities, political and cultural issues can all seriously affect your business.
The implementation of BSI standards can help to identify and therefore prevent such risks. Moreover, as customers often now expect increasingly detailed information relating to delivery, evidence that your organisation follows best practice guidelines is essential to the smooth running of your business.
BSI provides a comprehensive range of standards (British and International), guidance, and books, that aid you in the management of your supply chain, help you to minimize risk and find solutions to any problems that might occur during the procurement cycle - from sourcing - to delivery - to the end customer.
Business Continuity Management (BCM):
Key Standards for Environmental Management and Sustainability:
Customer Services, Satisfaction and Customer Relations:
Standards and Guidance for Information Security Management: