Assess the social responsibility of your Suppliers and compliance with local labor law regulations
Some factories in developing countries may have children working for them, overloaded workers, no pollution control systems, unsafe working conditions, etc. Based on SA8000, protect your corporate social responsibility image by selecting social and environmental responsible Suppliers!
Why do you need a Social Audit?
- Ensure decent working conditions and human rights
- Comply with statutory requirements (e.g. Modern Slavery Act 2015)
- Prevent unauthorized subcontracting
- Gather evidence of ethical compliance in your supply chain
- Foster cooperative relations with your suppliers
- Improve brand image and increase consumer loyalty