JAC internationally certified for anti-bribery system

The Civil Aviation Board (JAC) received the ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System certification, which demonstrates that the agency has established and implemented anti-bribery processes, procedures and policies.

With the achievement of the certification, all processes and due diligence performed by each of the different areas of the institution, including financial and non-financial controls, are verified.

Similarly, the Aviation Accident Investigation Commission (CIAA), a body attached to the JAC, successfully passed the rigorous audit process, in compliance with Decree 36-21 and Decree 791-21 on Government Integrity and Regulatory Compliance Commissions.

JAC Reconocimiento“We are here to celebrate a significant achievement, receiving after a rigorous and exhaustive audit, the ISO 37001 certification that accredits us for complying with national and international standards in preventing, detecting and mitigating bribery,” said the president of the organization, José Ernesto Marte Piantini, upon receiving the certificate from Luisana Mora, coordinator of SGS Panama.

A model institution in the sector

The official also affirmed that, with the certification, the JAC consolidates its position as a model institution in the sector, adding prestige and trust.

He considered that achieving this important certification is the result of the uninterrupted work he has done since his arrival at the institution, with the aim of strengthening transparency in the processes of the body responsible for establishing the highest civil aviation policy in the country.

“I am deeply honored to receive, together with this star team of women and men, this certification,” calling the certification an institutional milestone, he said.

ISO 37001 is the international standard designed to help organizations implement management system to help prevent, detect and deal with bribery. With the implementation of this standard, the institution seeks to prevent any inappropriate behavior by any employee and to establish procedures in the event that it occurs.

The formal act of delivery of the certification took place at the JAC headquarters and was attended by Paola Aimée Plá Puello, secretary of the plenary; Enmanuel Souffront Tamayo, director of the Aviation Accidents Investigation Commission; Juberkis Luciano Familia, head of the Air Transport Department; María Luisa Hernández Rodríguez, coordinator of International Agreements; Miranda Recker, office coordinator; Yisel Bautista, head of the Administrative Department, among other area managers.

Source: Arecoa.com

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