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Dorna Sports is proud to announce the achievement of ISO 20121 certification for our sustainable event management system as the organiser of the FIM MotoGP™ World Championship. ISO 20121 is an internationally established standard pertaining to the improved sustainability and sustainable management of events at every level.
ISO 20121 provides a framework for improving and maintaining the economic, environmental, and social impact of events, certifying current standards as well as defining a plan for continuous improvement going forward. Obtaining ISO 20121 certification is a voluntary process via a third-party audit providing an objective and independent assessment as to whether a company or organisation meets the criteria.
With the help of ISO 20121 advisor Right Hub, Dorna began working on the necessary analyses towards the end of 2021 in order to define a new sustainable event management system for the FIM MotoGP™ World Championship.
Dorna has now obtained the certification from the Certification Body TÜV NORD, becoming one of the first motorsports organisers to do so.
Gaining ISO 20121 certification is a key achievement, recognising both Dorna’s commitment to creating positive change and the ever-higher standards attained in every sector of MotoGP™ event management. Maintaining ISO 20121 certification is now dependent on the implementation, analysis and modification of a plan of action aimed at continuous improvement going forward. This plan requires the participation and collaboration of all MotoGP™ stakeholders including but not limited to circuits, manufacturers, teams, staff, suppliers, partners, sponsors, federations and fans, to ensure progression in each different area.
The plan includes:
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