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To implement the BSCI Code of Conduct in the risk countries of the supply chain, BSCI has developed standardised management tools and guidance documents available in various languages. Two sets of tools are available depending on the kind of products concerned. If the supplier is involved in the primary production of food products, the management tools for primary production should be used. For all other products, the management tools for industrial products are used.
- Monitoring provides a picture of the companies' compliance level against the BSCI Code of Conduct. Audits are necessary to implement the BSCI requirements and measure improvements.
- We aim to empower our participants through workshops and training programmes. We increasingly focus on capacity building to raise awareness of suppliers, provide issue-specific knowledge, thus ensuring sustainable change in factories and farms.
- BSCI engages with a wide range of stakeholders in order to find sustainable solutions to often complex challenges. Non-compliance to labour rights is often linked to political, economical or cultural issues that affect not only individual workplaces but also entire sectors and countries. BSCI develops active dialogue and cooperation with governments, trade unions, NGOs, business associations, buyers and suppliers.
And what about the results? We have gathered solid evidence that the implementation of the BSCI system brings real benefits to the workers. Visit Our Impact