Wednesday, 26 September 2007

Raising standards at no cost

Standards are useful, but when they cost money then many, who would benefit from understanding them and using them, just don't bother.

If you have business in China you might like to know that just a few days ago we arranged for the Chinese Risk Management Standard which was in the more traditional script used in Hong Kong and Taiwan to be translated into simplified Chinese which is more easily accessible to those who live in mainland China. This translation was carried out in less than 2 days by the staff of Ximco Corporation in Shanghai and we are very grateful for their efforts.

The original Risk Management Standard was developed in 2002 by the Institute of Risk Management, the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers and the National Association for Risk Management in the Public Sector. It has been downloaded over 100,000 times in English and is available in French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, Danish,Swedish, Russian, Arabic, Japanese and now in two forms of Chinese. Here is the link to the new simplified Chinese Risk Management Standard. It is available free of charge, as it should be.

Download the Simlified Chinese Risk Management Standard...

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