Everyday Anti-Bribery & Corruption is part of a comprehensive suite of auditing tools developed by Everyday in close association with Compliance experts and Anti-Bribery professionals. Its compliance with the most recent legislation and statutory guidance ensures that the practical analysis reported is both relevant and effective in assessing your organisations compliance to The Bribery Act 2010.
Efficient: Subject matter expertise focuses organisation gap analysis on areas experience says are most at risk
Effective: Process and qualitative input designed to facilitate reflective review and critical analysis
Reporting: Multi-dimensional reports allow analysis at both organisation and individual levels
Meets UK Bribery Act 2010 expectations: Specific and scenario based approach enables process and outcome based assessment
Software independent: Web-based assessments require no software installation or up-front capital investment in infrastructure. Individual capability assessments are independent of in-house training systems
Cost Effective: Organisation assessment results provide the analysis and data for action planning to improve the effective operation of your business
Everyday Limited has developed an Anti-Bribery assessment tool to assist you in protecting you and your organisation from prosecution. Richard Alderman, director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has stated, “I am more interested in the company’s practices: what are its rules and procedures?” Everyday has developed a low cost, compliance and audit tool specifically to help you meet the demands of the new Act and discover how robust your procedures are.
The Bribery Act 2010 has now come into effect and organisations are expected to have begun implementing these “Adequate Procedures” throughout their organisation Broad in scope, and going beyond the FCPA (US) Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, this significant piece of legislation will make liable Employees, Companies AND Directors. The Act includes responsibility for operations carried out by third parties associated with an organisation, including joint venture partnerships as well as suppliers and distributors. Liability specifies failure to prevent bribery for which the only statutory defence is having Adequate Procedures in place