- ISO 9001:2008 Certification
- ISO 14001:2004 Certification
- ISO 22000:2005 Certification
- ISO 13485:2003 Certification
- ISO 27001:2005 Certification
- ISO 20000:2005 Certification
- ISO 28000:2007 Certification
- ISO 10002:2004 Certification
- ISO 15378 Certification
ISO 28000:2007 -Security Management System
ISO 28000:2007 specifies the requirements for a security management system, including those aspects critical to security assurance of the supply chain. Security management is linked to many other aspects of business management. Aspects include all activities controlled or influenced by organizations that impact on supply chain security. These other aspects should be considered directly, where and when they have an impact on security management, including transporting these goods along the supply chain.
ISO 28000 is an international supply chain security management standard. Our definitions are based on ISO 28000, section 3, Terms and definitions. We have translated these terms and definitions into Plain English in order to make them easier to understand. We’ve also added a few definitions that aren’t found in the original ISO 28000 2007 standard. We’ve taken this approach whenever an important term is used in the ISO 28000 standard but not explicitly defined.
ISO 28000:2007 is applicable to all sizes of organizations, from small to multinational, in manufacturing, service, storage or transportation at any stage of the production or supply chain that wishes to:
- a) establish, implement, maintain and improve a security management system;
- b) assure conformance with stated security management policy;
- c) demonstrate such conformance to others;
- d) seek certification/registration of its security management system by an Accredited third party Certification Body;
- e) make a self-determination and self-declaration of conformance with ISO 28000:2007.
There are legislative and regulatory codes that address some of the requirements in ISO 28000:2007. It is not the intention of ISO 28000:2007 to require duplicative demonstration of conformance. Organizations that choose third party certification can further demonstrate that they are contributing significantly to supply chain security.