□ Samsung Heavy Industries acquired the International Organization for Standardization’s ‘Compliance Management System (ISO 37301)’ and ‘Anti-Corruption Management System (ISO 37001)’ certification from Lloyd’s Register (LRQA) for the first time in the shipbuilding industry.
Samsung Heavy Industries announced on the 26th that it held an integrated certification award ceremony at the Pangyo R&D Center with the participation of CEO Jeong Jin-taek and Lloyd’s Certification Institute CEO Lee Il-hyung.
□ ISO 37301 and 37001, established by the International Organization for Standardization, are international certifications that are awarded by strictly evaluating the systematic management of a company’s compliance management and anti-corruption management system. Samsung Heavy Industries acquired the two certifications in combination for sales, design,
and It has been internationally recognized for operating a compliance policy, risk response system, and anti-corruption system that meets global standards across all management activities, including purchasing.
□ Samsung Heavy Industries established a compliance organization in 2011 and established compliance control standards and anti-corruption law compliance regulations to preemptively block illegal risks that may arise during business activities.
In particular, since 2019, we have been continuously improving our compliance program through an external professional organization and are also carrying out compliance risk prevention activities, such as providing customized compliance training for each position and job to all employees.
□ Jin-taek Jeong, CEO of Samsung Heavy Industries, said, “With this integrated certification, Samsung Heavy Industries’ efforts and capabilities for compliance and ethical management have been internationally recognized.” He added, “We will continue to enhance the reliability of compliance with customers and stakeholders and maintain compliance management at a global level.” “We will strengthen ESG management by establishing a culture,” he said.
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