As companies expand their manufacturing and sourcing capabilities around the world, supply chain workplace conditions are increasingly scrutinised. This is particularly prevalent in developing countries.
Manufacturing conditions have become part of a brand’s quality and business value proposition. Having a process for risks related to supply chain social compliance is essential. It can have a direct impact on financial results. Especially if you’re in consumer markets where image and brand names are critical assets.
You can meet these requirements through the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI).
BSCI is a broad-based, business-driven platform for the continual improvement of social accountability in the global supply chain. It offers retail, brand, importing and trading companies a comprehensive monitoring and qualification system that covers all products.
TÜV SÜD helps you achieve full compliance with BSCI. Enabling you to demonstrate your commitment to ethical business practices in whichever country you operate.
With improved conditions for your workforce, you can look forward to higher quality products, lower costs and enhanced brand perception.