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ISO 28000 Supply Chain Security

Tightening up security in the supply chain
with ISO 28000


The security of any supply chain can be compromised by a single weak link. This is often linked to:
  • Terrorism
  • Smuggling
  • Human trafficking
  • Theft
  • Fraud
  • Injury.
NSAI offers certification to ISO 28000:2007. This is a management system standard developed specifically for organizations involved in logistics and supply chain operations.

It aims to strengthen security across all elements of the supply chain, including:
  • Financial systems
  • Manufacturing
  • Information management
  • Packaging
  • Storage
  • Transportation.

The benefits of ISO 28000

ISO 28000 is based on the four-step business improvement process PDCA – ‘Plan-Do-Check-Act’ – and is founded on a sound security risk assessment.

It is suitable for all organizations involved in supply management, whatever the nature or size of the business. ISO 28000 certification can:
  • Foster a consistent approach by all service providers in a supply chain
  • Reassure customers that their requirements will be met
  • Streamline and speed up the delivery of goods.

Joined-up security

As well as offering ISO 28000 certification, NSAI operates other, strategically linked, product certification schemes, including:

Find out more

NSAI can assess your organization's requirements and advise you on how to proceed to ISO 28000 certification. Contact us or complete a request for a quotation.

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