Social accountability means to operate taking into account, in addition to the economic aspects, the social and environmental impact of an organisation’s operations and of the stakeholder expectations.
SERVICES IN DETAIL
Verification of the supply chain
Verifications of an organisation’s supply chain are a proactive way of identifying and managing risk connected to delocalisation processes and to the defence of brand reputation by investing in the sustainability of the organisation’s suppliers. For suppliers, it means improving their market position by offering corporate clients additional guarantees.
The Sustainability Report is the tool an organisation uses to effectively report its social, environmental and economic impact; it is also an opportunity for organisations to include their commitment to sustainability in governance strategies and in reinforcing engagement with reference stakeholders.