On January 26, 2023, Samsung Electronics officially declared that its Device Solutions (DS) Division gained the ISO 22301 Certificate. It is the international standard for Business Continuity Management System (BCMS).
It was awarded by British Standards Institution (BSI), certifying that an organization’s ability to resume its business after a crisis, or its resilience, meets global standards.
“We will continue to enhance our business resilience and maintain a robust business continuity management system to handle not only conventional crises but also newly emerging issues such as global supply chain disturbance,” said Taeyang Yoon, Executive Vice President and Chief Safety Officer (CSO) of DS Division at Samsung Electronics. “Through these efforts, our customers can rely on our leading semiconductor technology even in the most unexpected circumstances.”
The ISO 22301 is the international standard for BCMS and shows the highest level of commitment to business continuity and disaster preparedness.
The South Korean tech giant Samsung gives its 100% to its BCMS for Hwaseong Campus to meet global standards, in order to better deal with the rapidly changing global environment as well as enhance the level of trust between Samsung and its customers.
Samsung is planning to attain ISO 22301 certifications for its other semiconductor campuses in Korea and abroad from this year.
“Samsung showed strong will in having a robust business continuity management system, and displayed world-class crisis monitoring and response capabilities,” said SeongHwan Lim, Chief Operating Officer of BSI Korea.