Ethical Supply Chains
An ‘ethical supply chain’, or ethical sourcing, generally refers to ensuring the supply chain considers human rights, child labour, environmental impacts, and health and safety practices. Other issues that are monitored closely are corruption at the supplier and country of operation level, gender and race equality, sanctions considerations, and transparency.
Claigan has significant experience in working with companies to help them audit and improve their global supply chains. Whether you are just starting your product development or if you have multiple product lines with thousands of suppliers, we can help you in creating a supply chain that follows global best practices in ethical sourcing.
Claigan’s Ethical Supply Chains services include:
- Consulting, education and training
- Program review and development
- Verification of suppliers for risks, such as forced labour, child labour, environmental problems, corruption, and legal violations
- Recommendation of additions to supplier audits
- Gathering of certification from suppliers related to non-use of human trafficking and slavery
- Recommendations for updates to code of conduct and internal accountability
Regulations that affect ethical supply chains:
- California Transparency in Supply Chains
- UK Modern Slavery Act
- FAR – Federal Acquisition Regulations
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