Ethical Toolkit

The Ethical Toolkit is designed to be a helpful, self-assessment, pre-requisite to an Ethical Audit.

THE TOOLKIT INCLUDES  THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS:

 

ITS MANY BENEFITS INCLUDE:

bullet point Highlighting of areas of your social and ethical system/policies that may need improvement.

bullet pointUnderstand the reason behind the questions and how they link to ILO and UN Conventions

bullet pointAbility to assess your business and genuinely test how ethical it is.

bullet point Being able to prepare for an ethical audit and make improvements where necessary before it happens, reducing the potential cost of a re-audit.

bullet pointOpening of doors for new business where the rest of the supply chain requires you to be an ethical business/site.

bullet pointDemonstrate areas of weakness that require improvement such as policies or procedures that address social compliance.

bullet pointSupports the development of Social Management Systems.

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DISCLAIMER:

This Toolkit is designed to provide a helpful insight into the topics that could be covered in an ethical audit and simply cannot cover every element or question that may be brought up. It is not meant to be used, nor should it be used, as an ethical audit. This can only be carried out by a qualified auditor.

Crowberry Consulting Ltd are not responsible for any future ethical audits the purchasing company may be involved in.

Crowberry Consulting Ltd assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the contents on the Toolkit and in no event shall Crowberry Consulting Ltd be liable for any special, direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages or any damages whatsoever, arising out of or in connection with the use of the Toolkit or its contents.

Crowberry Consulting Ltd reserves the right to make additions, deletions, or modification to the contents on the Toolkit at any time without prior notice.