ISO 28000 certification from LRQA provides a framework for organisations that operate, or rely on, any aspect of the supply chain to assess and implement controls that mitigate security risks.
Benefits of ISO 28000
New business opportunities
ISO 28000 certification can help your organisation to gain a competitive advantage and win new business. It reassures your customers and other stakeholders that there are controls in place to mitigate supply chain security risks, protecting the safety of individuals and security of goods and services. This helps to simplify trade and in some cases even fast-track the transportation of goods across borders.
Manage supply chain security risks
Through the monitoring and management of security risks in your organisation and supply chain, ISO 28000 certification will help you to secure its own processes and allows management to focus resources in areas which maybe of greatest concern.
Improve efficiency and reduce costs
ISO 28000 certification allows transport and logistics organisations to improve efficiencies by following industry guidelines. It enables your organisation to benchmark your security management practices with international best practice, achieving cost savings through a reduction in security incidents and insurance premiums.
Why work with us?
LRQA has experience of security assessments gained from carrying out audits to the International Ship and Port Facility code and is therefore ideally placed to provide services to ISO 28000.
Some of the world’s best-known organisations choose LRQA for their ISO 28000 assessment and certification needs, reassuring you that we have the capabilities and expertise to carry out your assessment.
Our assessors are industry specialists who are experts supply chain security assessments. They are matched to the needs of your business, enabling an effective and robust assessment against the guidelines in ISO 28000.
Your business helps LRQA to help others
The profits we generate fund the LRQA Foundation, a charity which supports science and engineering-related research, education and public engagement around everything we do. All of this helps us stand by the purpose that drives us every single day: Working together for a safer world.