Identify your degree of maturity and the need for action with respect to the law.
The adopted Supply Chain Act, legally known as the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, places high demands on the management of internationally operating companies. It creates the framework conditions for improving human rights and environmental aspects along the entire supply chain. The law will be binding starting in 2023 for companies in all sectors with at least 3,000 employees in Germany and starting in 2024 for companies with at least 1,000 employees in Germany.
Compliance with the new legal regulations can mean a significant allocation of resources in your company. A gap analysis helps you to reduce your costs and effort and to implement the legal requirements quickly and efficiently. Our experts assess in detail the maturity of your existing approaches and identify your very specific need for action.
As a competent and experienced partner, we will support you along the way. We draw on sound practical experience in the field and have in-depth industry knowledge, including in the retail and food industries but also in the textile, electronics, automotive and the pharmaceutical industry.
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Assessing the sustainability of supply chains and assuming social responsibility
Do your part to protect human rights and the environment, and improve sustainability along global supply chains. With our gap analysis, you take the first step towards meeting your due diligence obligations. We provide you with a detailed audit report that assesses the maturity of your processes and identifies gaps. Thanks to this early preparation for the Supply Chain Act, you win valuable time to implement the requirements of the Act in due time.
Identify the need for action with our detailed audit report on the Supply Chain Act
Our experts use the adopted Supply Chain Act as a basis and analyze your company with all subsidiaries and suppliers along the supply chain. As part of our on-site audit, we assess the maturity of your processes and specifications to fulfil the due diligence obligations based on more than 80 detailed aspects. You will then receive a detailed analysis in the form of a structured audit report organized by the individual aspects. This will enable you to identify the degree of fulfillment and the need for action with regard to the new legal requirements.
Many years of expertise in the field of supply chain audits
As one of the market leaders for supplier audits according to amfori BSCI and with more than 270 APSCA (Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors) registered auditors worldwide, we are able to professionally audit your national and international supply chains. We have conducted more than 50,000 supplier audits in the past 5 years and can therefore draw on excellent industry and specialist knowledge.
Benefit from our clear, detailed audit reports and choose a strong partner to be able to meet your social, environmental and economic responsibilities.
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