REPORT. ISO/TR. First edition. Reference number . This document was drafted in accordance with the editorial rules of the ISO/IEC. (International Standard Risk Management ISO Draft Review) ISO , the international standard for Risk Management – ‘Risk Management. Hi:bigwave: Does anybody have a copy of the draft working document ISO they could share with little me? ttfn Ben.

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In general the changes are in the direction of a better wording and more complete coverage of what the notes want to convey.

Revision of ISO 31000 Risk Management Guidelines – Draft available

The clauses on process has probably been the area drafft has received most comments during the revision. There was considerable discussion on fundamental issues on the role of standards. In the same time period three other risk standards have been proposed by ISO covering disruption related risk, supply chain risk management and legal risk. Before being sent to ISO the draft of the DIS was endorsed by the working group WG2 and reviewed by an editorial team who checked for typographic issues and consistency across the different sections.

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Our main challenge was to find a fair and sensible balance between supplementing the chapter with necessary concepts and not losing sight of all other users. This is a new section in the standard.

ISO/TR – Risk management — Guidance for the implementation of ISO

Hosting services provided by: As this sentence was followed by 29 definitions that fully defined risk management the ISO way.

A common theme found in the comments was the addition of concepts or examples specific to countries or industries. Below some of the changes to the version of ISO have been summarised and a few words on why the changes are being proposed:.

Find out more About Us. Ultimately the decision was made to simplify the text and use other documents, such as ISO Guide 73 to provide additional information to those that need it.


Comparing ISO () with the draft ISO () – Part 2 –

Initially it was agreed that only minimal changes would be made to the standard while the committee looked at the potential for more substantial revision. The vision was to phrase a framework clause that provides guidance that is relevant for every possible user of the standard. The major change in this section at least to me is the fact that the following sentence has changed.

The next ISO meeting is being held in San Francisco in July and this suggests publication of the revised risk management standard perhaps early in Internet of Things What does it mean?

The Working Group meets next time on July 10th — 14th, in San Francisco to work on finalizing the revision. The strengthened generic nature of the standard can hopefully provide for confidence between experts and end users who each have specific problems in risk but need to understand and communicate with others stakeholders.

However, more complex language has been edited and reduced and accordingly the revised text is shorter and more precise and hopefully the user will find it much simpler to read. The Commenting process provides a real opportunity for those with risk responsibilities to feedback to the committee on any issues or opportunities to improve the standard before it becomes a National and International standard. It can be positive, negative or both.

The draft of the standard darft review and comment is now available on the BSI Draft Review system at https: The changes in the revision only concern the notes to the definitions.

In a series of articles we want to present and discuss the major changes that are to be expected. There was also support for more detailed and precise guidance though this ran the risk of adding to both the length and complexity of the standard. Cyber There’s a good time coming The most recent meeting in Jordan provided the impetus and key changes necessary to move the standard forward and out of its committee stages making it available for wider comment.

The one remark I have is the note 1 on the definition of risk. We can expect that the new version of ISO will be published at the end of or early in Although effects can also become risk sources, the way note 1 is phrased only leads to a short sighted view on what can be understood by effects. There are substantial improvements that the committee feel will benefit the users of the standard such as the inclusion of the importance of human and cultural factors as well as the embedding of risk management within decision making that is now more strongly is emphasized.


This DIS is at an extremely important stage and we recommend that you review it very carefully in the context and wider activities of your organisation. From the comments made by the contributing experts it was clear that Annex A should be removed and instead the topic dealt with separately through a New Work item proposal to address risk management maturity.

The next steps is be a review of the comments submitted that will modify the text further and then a ballot by ISO members to move to the final publication. For more information go to riskmanagement. The process gives you the chance to suggest areas you would like to see adapted or removed and even add new elements that would benefit users in the front line. Please do review and pass on drsft thoughts and opinions by clicking the box below. Rdaft message TC would like to pass on to the reader of the DIS is to critically assess if the current draft provides the required guidance while still remaining relevant to all organizations, in all countries.

Two of these, the disruption and supply chain risk standards, have failed to make the grade and have recently been officially dropped, but the legal risk standard ISO is now in development with the national standards bodies of China and the UK jointly leading the work.