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SA 8000

SA 8000

SA 8000

The SA8000 Standard is based on internationally recognized standards of decent work, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, ILO conventions, and national laws. SA8000 applies a management-systems approach to social performance and emphasizes continual improvement—not checklist-style auditing. To certify conformance with SA8000, every facility seeking certification must be audited. Thus, our auditors will visit companies and assess corporate practice on a wide range of issues and evaluate the state of a company’s management systems, necessary to ensure ongoing acceptable practices. Once an organization has implemented any necessary improvements, it can earn a certificate attesting to its compliance with SA8000.

Elements of the Standard

· Child Labor

· Forced or Compulsory Labor

· Health and Safety

· Freedom of Association & Right to Collective Bargaining

· Discrimination

· Disciplinary Practices

· Working Hours

· Remuneration

· Management System

Regulatory Compliances
Social Accountability Certification

Regulatory Compliances

Regulatory compliance

Placing chemical products on the market requires extensive knowledge of global regulatory requirements. We can help you with this. We monitor chemicals regulations in more than 45 global markets covering EU, North America and Asia-Pacific. With our in-depth knowledge and experience, we can support you in meeting requirements such as classification, labelling, registration and documentation. Our services cover the following regulatory compliance requirements.




4.Conflict Minerals

We can ease the process of registering your products and support you in Global Product Stewardship. Our compliance training provides practical, interactive and easy to understand training sessions, with practical examples and scenarios that ensure trainees fully recognize the compliance mandate. We provide your team with an armory of compliance content to build and support a culture of compliance and effectively manage smooth operations across cross-functional stakeholders

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