In 2013, BSI conducted over 167,000 assessments globally. BSI Supply Chain Verification Auditing Service,VerifEye, enables organizations to gain complete visibility into their suppliers’ practices worldwide. Audits are infused with BSI’s proprietary risk data and analysis to provide you with a holistic risk-based audit report. Our intelligence enriched audits supply you with the information you need to better understand who your suppliers are and how they are operating. Our experienced in-country auditors will confirm that your suppliers’ business information, policies and procedures are in line with your organizations requirements and objectives.
BSI’s Supply Chain Verification Auditing Service equips your organization with the information you need to effectively manage your supply chain and enterprise risk. BSI Audits give you cost-effective assurance that your suppliers are not exposing your brand to potential security, social responsibility or business continuity risks.
BSI Audits include C-TPAT and Supply Chain Security, Social Responsibility, Environmental, EHS, Quality, Conflict Minerals, Business Continuity, FCPA and Anti-Bribery, and many more.
BSI VerifEye Directory: Enabling Supply Chain Visibility
Features of VerifEye
Audit Program Management
BSI has dedicated supply chain audit program management teams located in the Americas, Europe Middle East, and Asia to help manage, facilitate and execute all audit requests. Depending on the location of your requested audit, an in-region program manager will communicate with you to ensure your audit is properly scheduled and fulfilled.
BSI’s Supplier Compliance Manager (SCM) allows you to analyze and track your supplier, corporate or enterprise audits. SCM allows organizations to streamline their audit management programs by facilitating and tracking corporate audits, supplier audits and BSI audits directly through the tool. Once uploaded into SCM, the audit is infused with our proprietary risk data and analysis to provide you with a robust, risk-based report. Users can send follow up actions to address non-compliance issues directly through the tool with SCM’s corrective and preventative actions (CAPA) module.