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Risk management standard ISO 31000

ISO 31000 is the acknowledged international standard for managing risk. It is applicable to all organizations, regardless of type, size, activities and location, and covers all types of risk. It was developed by a range of stakeholders and is intended for use by anyone who manages risks, not just professional risk managers.

The standard helps organizations develop a risk management strategy to effectively identify and mitigate risks, thereby enhancing the likelihood of achieving their objectives and increasing the protection of their assets. Its overarching goal is to develop a risk management culture where employees and stakeholders are aware of the importance of monitoring and managing risk.

Sources 

"Managing customs risk and compliance: an integrated approach" by Professor David Widdowson, World Customs Journal

International Organization for Standardization

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Customs risk and the business: risk by functions
30-12-2021

Catherine A. C. Truel

compliance and risk management
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Customs risk and the business: risk by functions
30-12-2021

Catherine A. C. Truel

compliance and risk management
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28-12-2021

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Prof. Dr. Andrew Grainger

compliance and risk management
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Atitikties tarptautiniame prekių judėjime užtikrinimas: atsakingi asmenys
28-12-2021

Redakcijos žodis. Straipsnyje "Tarpvalstybinės logistikos operacijos: interviu su knygos autoriumi" apžvelgtos atitikties kontrolės sritys - mokesčiai, aplinka, sveikata, saugumas ir sauga, rinkos apsauga ir kitos - tarpvalstybiniame prekių judėjime. Planuojantiems tokią veiklą ne mažiau svarbu nustatyti, kas atsako už įvairius atitikties aspektus. Kviečiame pratęsti pažintį su knyga skaitant ištrauką būtent šia tema.

Prof. Dr. Andrew Grainger

compliance and risk management
en, lt
Cross-Border Logistics Operations: interview with the author of the book
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The newly released book “Cross-Border Logistics Operations: Effective trade facilitation and border management” discusses the role of customs and other border agencies within the wider context of logistics and supply chain management. We invite you to read an excerpt from the book on extensive compliance requirements and to watch the interview with the author Prof. Dr. Andrew Grainger.

Prof. Dr. Andrew Grainger

compliance and risk management
en, lt
Cross-Border Logistics Operations: interview with the author of the book
26-12-2021

The newly released book “Cross-Border Logistics Operations: Effective trade facilitation and border management” discusses the role of customs and other border agencies within the wider context of logistics and supply chain management. We invite you to read an excerpt from the book on extensive compliance requirements and to watch the interview with the author Prof. Dr. Andrew Grainger.

Prof. Dr. Andrew Grainger

compliance and risk management
en
Three pitfalls to avoid in 2022 when moving goods between the EU and the UK
23-11-2021

It has almost been a year since the end of the Brexit transition period, meaning most businesses will have started settling comfortably into their new routine. However, it is important to remember that the new trading relationship between the UK and EU is still evolving and 2022 is the host of some big changes. For example, certain easements that were introduced to facilitate trade will expire, multiple new systems will be introduced, and sanitary and phytosanitary controls will commence for the first time. So, if you think your business has mastered trading across the new border, then think again. In this article, we outline three pitfalls that could disrupt your supply chain and what you can do to avoid them.

Jessica Yang

compliance and risk management
en
Three pitfalls to avoid in 2022 when moving goods between the EU and the UK
23-11-2021

It has almost been a year since the end of the Brexit transition period, meaning most businesses will have started settling comfortably into their new routine. However, it is important to remember that the new trading relationship between the UK and EU is still evolving and 2022 is the host of some big changes. For example, certain easements that were introduced to facilitate trade will expire, multiple new systems will be introduced, and sanitary and phytosanitary controls will commence for the first time. So, if you think your business has mastered trading across the new border, then think again. In this article, we outline three pitfalls that could disrupt your supply chain and what you can do to avoid them.

Jessica Yang

compliance and risk management
en, fr
Extending the ISO Audit Data Collection Standard to improve Customs and indirect tax audits and bring some innovation into this field
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Richard van't Hof

compliance and risk management
en, fr
Extending the ISO Audit Data Collection Standard to improve Customs and indirect tax audits and bring some innovation into this field
20-11-2021

International Standard ISO[1] 21378:2019 aims to make data collection for financial audits more efficient and reliable. In this article, Dutch Customs explains the structure of this ISO Standard and why the Netherlands has submitted a proposal to extend it to cover data related to Customs and indirect tax audits. The article argues that this development is critical to facilitating post-control audits and bringing much-needed innovation in this field of work. At the same time, it will offer the business community the opportunity to reduce administrative burdens and improve their internal control processes and their compliance with regulations.

Richard van't Hof

compliance and risk management
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