Annex SL


Annex SL (früher ISO Guide 83) der Joint Technical Coordinating Group (JTCG) definiert die Struktur von ISO-Standards. Die Standard-Struktur besteht aus zehn Abschnitten.

ISO 22301:2012 ist der erste ISO-Standrad in dieser neuen Struktur.

Clause 1 – Scope

Clause 2 – Normative references

Clause 3 – Terms and definitions

Clause 4 – Context of the organization

Clause 5 – Leadership

Clause 6 – Planning

Clause 7 – Support

Clause 8 – Operation

Clause 9 – Performance evaluation

Clause 10 – Improvement


ISO: new format

ASIS Security and Resilience in Organizations and Their Supply Chains—Requirements with Guidance (ORM.1)

ASIS International (ASIS) has released a new standardSecurity and Resilience in Organizations and Their Supply Chains—Requirements with Guidance (ORM.1)that provides security professionals with an integrated risk-based management systems approach to manage risk and enhance resilience in organizations and their supply chain. ASIS, the leading organization for security professionals worldwide, is an ANSI Accredited Standards Developer.​ (ASIS, 19. Juni 2017).

The ORM.1 replaces two legacy ASIS standards that had been up for review: the ANSI/ASIS Organizational Resilience: Security, Preparedness and Continuity Management Systems (SPC.1) and ANSI/ASIS/BSI Business Continuity Management Standard (BCM.1).  

BS 11000-1:2010

abgelöst durch ISO 44001:2017 Collaborative business relationship management systems — Requirements and framework


Collaborative business relationships. A framework specification


British Standards




Standard für die Zusammenarbeit zwischen Unternehmen. Aspekte des BCM und Supply Chain Continuity Management werden berücksichtigt.

BS 11000-1 is a new British Standard that provides a framework specification for creating collaborative business relationships. Working in partnership with other organisations allows you to share knowledge, skills and resources effectively – helping all involved to meet mutual goals. Collaborative relationships also lead to better cost and risk management, as well as levels of innovation not normally achieved in a typical client-supplier relationship. BS 11000-1 builds beneficial partnerships that enhance competiveness and performance.

How does BS 11000-1 work?

BS 11000-1 can set your organisation apart through better business relationships. The new national standard outlines a framework for building and maintaining partnerships, paving the way for streamlined working. BS 11000-1 gives guidelines on increasing joint efficiency, transparency and understanding around governance processes. It also includes advice on assessing and monitoring these partnerships through a relationship management plan. And compliance with BS 11000-1 is straightforward thanks to the practical nature of the guidelines.

Who should buy BS 11000-1?

Organisations working within a supply chain

Organisations managing a supply chain

Those who want to improve efficiency and partnership working.

Contents of BS 11000-1 include:

  • Scope
  • Terms and definitions
  • Awareness
  • Knowledge
  • Internal assessment
  • Partner selection
  • Working together
  • Value creation
  • Staying together
  • Exit strategy
  • Assessment checklist
  • Relationship management plan
  • Competencies and behaviours
  • Relationship maturity matrix
  • Bibliography


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BS 11000-2:2011

abgelöst durch ISO 44001:2017 Collaborative business relationship management systems — Requirements and framework


Collaborative business relationships. Guide to implementing BS 11000-1


British Standards




BS 11000-2 helps you to establish and improve collaborative relationships. It does this by giving guidance for the effective implementation of BS 11000-1, which sets out a framework for collaborative business relationships.

This guide has been developed using pan-industry best practice, including the experience of early adopters of BS 11000-1. It provides practical advice on implementing each element of BS 11000-1.

BS 11000-1 and BS 11000-2 should be used together.


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BS 11200 Crisis Management


Crisis Management


British Standards

Committee: SSM/1/-/12 BS 11200 Crisis Management


In der Kommentierungsphase bis 10. Januar 2014

BSI Draft Review


Standard für das Krisenmanagement als Nachfolger des PAS 200


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0 Introduction

1 Scope

2 Terms and definitions

3 Crisis management: core concepts, principles and developing a capability

4 Building a crisis management capability

5 Crisis leadership

6 Strategic crisis decision-making

7 Crisis communications

8 Training, exercising and learning from crises



Figure 1 – A framework for crisis management

Figure 2 – Strategic decision-making in a crisis

Figure 3 – Potential problems in crisis decision-making

Figure 4 – Crisis communication flow


Table 1 – Distinctions between incidents and crises

Table 2 – Key principles of crisis communications

BS 12999:2015 Damage management

BS 12999:2015
Damage management: Code of practice for the organization and management of the stabilization, mitigation and restoration of properties, contents, facilities and assets following incident damage

“When an accident or crime causes damage to property or other assets, it can leave a complex mess to clear up. So BSI has developed a new standard that can help you respond effectively in the event of such damaging incidents.

BS 12999 outlines how to reinstate property and assets and ensure their future integrity, which in turn helps restore equilibrium to people affected. The standard applies to a wide range of incident types, including fires, floods, contamination and explosions. It does not advocate specific technologies or methodologies, but rather identifies generic processes applicable to all these incidents.

To help guide your response, the new standard includes:

  • Best practices to stabilise, mitigate, remediate and restore damage
  • A simple method to establish whether these activities have been conducted well
  • A guide to communication between parties who should be aware of an incident’s status

Compiled in line with good risk management practice and insurance principles, BS 12999 is intended to provide recommendations to individual damage management practitioners or organizations. It is also relevant to anyone who might be affected by damaging incidents – including property owners, emergency responders, insurers, facilities management, and those in government departments and local authorities. ”

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BS 16000:2015 Security management. Strategic and operational guidelines

BS 16000 Security management – Strategic and operational guidelines

“While there are many standards that cover specific security topics, such as alarms, CCTV and screening, BS 16000 provides a much needed generic, security management framework.

BS 16000 provides the vocabulary and basic principles of security management, and demonstrates how security can be embedded in an organization, and discusses security solutions – including physical, technical, information, procedural and personnel solutions.

The new standard includes guidance on:

  • Developing a security framework
  • Risk assessment
  • Understanding your organization’s context
  • Implementing and monitoring the security programme

Even if you have already implemented security solutions in your organization, BS 16000 can help you monitor and review your security management and identify ways to improve it.  BS 16000 complements existing management standards including ISO 27001, ISO 14001, ISO 22301, ISO 22313, ISO 31000  and ISO 9001. As a generic, high-level guidance standard, it  will be invaluable to anyone responsible for aspects of security in any organization – large or small, public or private. BS 16000 will help to support your organization’s viability, productivity, reputation, resilience and sustainability.”

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BS 45000

Titel: Guidance to organizational resilience

Herausgeber: British Standards Committee: SSM/1/6/1 Drafting Group

Veröffentlichung: Under development

Beschreibung: Guidance to organizational resilience Unter Mitarbeit des BCI, Cabinet Office und weiterer namhafter Organisationen aus Großbritannien

Zertifizierung: keine Zertifizierung

Bezug: BSI

BSI 100-4 Notfallmanagement




Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informatiosntechnik BSI




Mit dem BSI-Standard 100-4 wird ein systematischer Weg aufgezeigt, ein Notfallmanagement in einer Behörde oder einem Unternehmen aufzubauen, um die Kontinuität des Geschäftsbetriebs sicherzustellen. Aufgaben eines Notfallmanagements sind daher, die Ausfallsicherheit zu erhöhen und die Institution auf Notfälle und Krisen adäquat vorzubereiten, damit die wichtigsten Geschäftsprozesse bei Ausfall schnell wieder aufgenommen werden können. Es gilt, Schäden durch Notfälle oder Krisen zu minimieren und die Existenz der Behörde oder des Unternehmens auch bei einem größeren Schadensereignis zu sichern.


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