How do we do this?
- By employing a proven environmental, health and safety (EHS) risk assessment process;
- By leveraging the experience, resources, and local market knowledge of excellent international partners;
- By incorporating local and national regulations, international standards, and established best practices; and,
- By utilizing EHS assessment findings to develop pragmatic training and knowledge transfer to third party manufacturers.
Many supply chain deficiencies and risks result from third party manufacturers lacking sufficient knowledge to meet the standards expected of them. Our teams deliver a series of EHS knowledge transfer workshops that educate third-party workers and drive supply chain improvements.
Together with our clients and partners we have significantly raised the level of safety, health, and environmental performance at contract manufacturing sites in Asia and throughout the world. By building EHS competencies we have introduced an effective model for other leading multinationals to employ in fulfilling their CSR responsibilities throughout the supply chain.
- Ensures the supply chain is meeting Worker Safety and Environmental Stewardship Code of Conduct requirements consistent with:
- The EICC Code of Conduct; and/or,
- Clients’ specific codes and requirements.
- Employs a risk-based approach adapted from:
- Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems - Guide: British Standard, BS 8800, BSI 2004; and
- Managing Safety the Systems Way: Implementing OHSAS 18001 using BS 8800.
- Incorporates local and national regulations, international standards, and best practices
- Leverages proven international partnerships providing:
- Local, responsive support;
- Knowledge of national and provincial requirements and cultural considerations; and,
- Fiscally affordable delivery.