ISO 31000

International standard ISO 31000 provides principles and general guidance for risk management within an organization. Risks are a part of every organization, regardless of their type of business.

These risks may by internal, external, direct or indirect. It is therefore important to acknowledge these risks and to implement systematic measures to minimize their negative consequences.

By implementing these, we will help you to identify and manage your risks.
When implementing risk management, we take into account the requirements and needs of the organization according to its specific objectives, context, structure, operations, functions, projects, products, services or assets provided. Risks can have a positive impact on the organization’s goals, such as a product or service requirement.


Risk arising from the organizational structure.
Risk in the area of project management.
Risks related to personnel issues (responsibility, competence or professional qualification).
Compliance risks.
Risks in process analysis process management.
Risks in the area of quality assurance and availability of products and services.
Risks in the area of project management, contracting, contractual relations, investments, safety and health at work, the environment and information security.


Identification and evaluation of assets.
Identifying and assessing threats.
Vulnerability identification and assessment.
Calculation of risk rate.
Risk management plan.