Free workshop taking place on 16th November 2017, at the Applus+ Bellaterra (Barcelona) site.
Recent reforms of Spain’s Penal Code have not only brought about significant changes in the legal sphere, but also in the business sector. This is as a result of the establishment of the principle of corporate criminal responsibility for crimes carried out in the name of, on behalf of or for the benefit of a company, whether by individuals in positions of management or by employees. The reforms also establish the possibility of waiving or mitigating this responsibility where a company has a criminal risk management and crime prevention system in place.
UNE 19601: Management System for Criminal Compliance is a standard relating to the requirements set out in Law 1/2015 with respect to crime prevention models. It also includes examples of best international practice in the fields of social responsibility, compliance and risk management.
This workshop will look at corporate criminal responsibility; the responsibility of compliance managers and officers; criminal compliance plans; and the implementation and certification of crime prevention systems.
9.15 am: Arrival
9.30 am: Welcome. Carla Debat Molleví. Head of Operations and System Certification at Applus+ Certification.
9.40 am: Compliance management systems: UNE 19601, requirements and implementation. Functions and responsibility of the compliance officer. Mariana Ladaga, a corporate crime and compliance lawyer at Rousaud Costas Duran.
11.15 am: Coffee break
11.45 am: The UNE 19601 certification of compliance management systems. Cristina Bachiller, Technical Director at Applus+ Certification
12.15 pm: Q&A session
1 pm: Close
- Company directors
- Compliance officers
To sign up:
+34 93 567 20 08