WEBINAR: Using social compliance audits to ensure ethical sourcing across your supply chain

After a disruptive 2020, companies increasingly recognize the importance of responsible sourcing to protect business operations and workers. Independent social compliance audits help companies assess all aspects of supplier responsibility and enable them to mitigate risks throughout their supply chain.  

     • Introduction to Social Audits, the rise of Responsible Sourcing, ILO Convention
     • Overview of SMETA audit
     • Understanding the scope of SMETA audit
     • Audit follow-up  
     • Sedex Virtual Assessment (SVA)
     • Q&A session  

     • Anyone involved in the planning, implementing, maintaining, supervising ethical and social compliance procedures  
     • Those with an interest in Ethical sourcing  

DURATION: 1 hour (45 min + 15 min for Q&A) 

LANGUAGE: English  

     • Julien Bonne – Global Key Account Manager, Bureau Veritas
     • Santosh Nair – Global Social and Customized Audits Manager, Bureau Veritas


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