Compliance Management System, or CMS for short, is a comprehensive compliance program (legislative, internal, ISO).
A CMS is a system consisting of written documents, functions, processes, controls and tools that help an organization comply with legal requirements and minimize harm to consumers as a result of breaking the law.
Compliance with legal, internal or ISO regulations
Reduction of financial losses
Reduction of the time needed to investigate the event
Setting rules / processes
Increasing the company's credibility and credit
Obtaining the contract if the system is a condition on the part of the contracting authority
ISO 37301 provides guidance for establishing, developing, implementing, evaluating, maintaining and improving an effective compliance management system. It provides a framework and sets requirements for the system of compliance with internal and external regulations, along with instructions for implementation.
According to this standard, organizations can be certified.
You can use the ISO 27701 standard to ensure that your organization's data complies with GDPR.
Compliance with GDPR
Ensuring the right to privacy of individuals
Increasing trust in the organization
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What do ESG and ISO 37301 have in common?
Both areas deal with the responsibility of organizations for compliance with legal and ethical standards within their activities. ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance Factors) is a set of criteria that assesses how an organization contributes to sustainable development and how it addresses the impacts of its business on society and the environment.
As part of your ESG strategy, focus on those aspects of ESG that are most important to your organization and that have the greatest impact on stakeholders. You can show, for example, how you:
identified and assessed the risks of non-compliance with legal regulations in areas such as environmental protection, human rights, the fight against corruption, personal data protection, etc.
have set targets and plans for achieving compliance with legislation in these areas,
implemented appropriate controls and measures for the prevention and detection of non-compliance with legal regulations,
monitor and measure the performance of your compliance management system and
carried out reviews and improvements to your compliance management system.
communicate your compliance management system with your stakeholders and
handled complaints and disagreements related to your compliance management system.