Build trust with your customers
Showcase your commitment to managing key risks across ESG
Protect your brand — show your organisation has nothing to hide, and earns and maintains a trustworthy reputation. Certify key ESG risk areas against a respected standard, such as the Internationally recognised ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems certification. Detect and prevent issues, gain new customers, and retain existing clients.
Example: Gain a certification for your anti-bribery programme
What is the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems certification?
Designed by experts from a group of member states, ISO 37001 is the ideal certificate that proves the merits of your organisation’s anti-bribery management system (ABMS) and demonstrates that it meets the ISO 37001 standard.
Why ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery certification?
ISO Standards are an internationally recognised way to prove commitment to and implementation of best practices and controls. ISO 37001 provides a global standard against which companies can measure their anti-bribery management system (ABMS). The standard harmonises guidelines from major anti-corruption regulations, and was developed by experts from around the world.
Example: Gain a certification for your whistleblower reporting programme
What is the ISO 37002 Whistleblowing Management Systems certification?
Designed by experts from a group of member states, ISO 37002 is the ideal test that proves the merits of your organisation’s whistleblowing management system and demonstrates that it meets the ISO 37002 guidelines.
Why ISO 37002 Whistleblowing System certification?
ISO Guidelines are an internationally recognised way to prove commitment to an implementation of best practices and controls. ISO 37002 provides a global set of guidelines against which companies can measure their whistleblowing and compliance reporting system. These recently released guidelines are the ideal way to know that 'your system is working and adding value to the business and its stakeholders'.
Example: Gain a certification for your governance programme
What is the ISO 37000 Governance Guidelines certification?
Designed by experts from a group of member states, ISO 37000 is the ideal certificate that proves the merits of your organisation’s corporate governance system and demonstrates that it meets the ISO 37000 guidelines. An essential part of the 'G' in ESG, corporate governance creates the basis for which the company operates and is essential to get right according to global best practices.
Why validate your governance system?
ISO Guidelines are an internationally recognised way to prove commitment to and implementation of best practices and controls. ISO 37000 provides a global standard against which companies can measure their corporate governance. The guidelines harmonises major best practices from around the world.
Showcase your commitment to great practices with a certification
Build trust with your stakeholders
Establish your credibility in the market and gain a competitive advantage, whilst stabilising partner ecosystems, increasing operational efficiencies, and reducing your organisation’s risk of penalties for non-compliance.
Prove credibility through independent verification and auditing
Demonstrate that you have been independently audited and are using international best practices in your anti-bribery system. Furthermore, be a source of pride for professionals within your team and, in turn, leverage their brand advocacy.
Leverage with business partners
Extend anti-bribery requirements to potential partners, whilst saving costs through eliminating questionable partners and removing negotiation around compliance, resulting in less risky partnerships.
Increase your competitive advantage
Differentiate your organisation, and align it with global best practices. Meet bid requirements on compliance, and use the certification as a key selling point when competing for new customers.
Who can apply?
Private organisations: the company at large, a business unit or a subsidiary
Public organisations: administrations, services, political parties
Not-for-profit organisations: NGOs, charities, foundations, associations
Example: Preparing for an anti-bribery certification
Make sure your company is ready for the audit process so that you can obtain certification on the first attempt. To help your organisation to prepare, we have created pre-certification services to gauge your preparedness and allow you to correct any systemic problems that might be present.
Personnel controls and training
Due diligence on projects and outside business associates
Policies regarding reporting, monitoring, investigating, and reviewing
Management, leadership, commitment and responsibility
Financial, commercial, and contractual controls
Corrective action and continual improvement of the anti-bribery management system
Our Certification Process
Every certification process begins with reviewing your application for the particular certification. If your business is ready to start the process, Speeki will then hold a call with you to go over an audit plan at least three weeks prior to an on-site audit, after which we start the formal audit process with a document review. The next step is the on-site audit, followed by report and certification.
Following initial certification, you will be subject to surveillance audits (on-site maintenance audits that are shorter than the initial audit and not necessarily full system audits), and monitoring. Recertification is required when the initial certification expires or the scope of your system changes significantly.
What does the certification process cover?
• Assesses an organisation’s system: how it is designed, implemented, controlled and improved
• We cover the specific areas of the standard that we are certifying against
• System design and implementation is audited:
- At the headquarters
- In a sample of locations where the operations are conducted
What do I get from a certification?
A detailed report on your organisation’s anti-bribery management system and a list of findings identifying non-conformities, opportunities for improvement, best practices, observations and more.
Do we get a certificate?
Yes. Once the Certification Committee verifies that the certification requirements are fulfilled, the certificate is awarded with a validity period of 3 years, subject to annual surveillance audits.