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14 March 2013

AIM-PROGRESS now at 35 members

McCain Foods is the latest addition to the AIM-PROGRESS initiative which now counts 35 members. The world's largest manufacturer of frozen potato products is active in more than 160 countries around the globe and has a strong responsible sourcing programme which is core to the business and inextricably linked to their ability to create sustainable and profitable growth. By choosing to work with suppliers that respect compliance, human rights, decent working conditions and strong environmental standards, McCain Foods want to create value for customers and minimize business risk.  

 

 

 

 


13 March 2013

GSCP workshop on capacity building in India

GSCP is organising the third capacity building workshop of its programme in New Delhi, India, on 16-17 April 2013. In the spirit of increased collaboration between our two organisations, AIM-PROGRESS member companies have been invited to send one delegate per company to join the workshop. If you are an AIM-PROGRESS member you can contact katrin.recke@aim.be to receive the details.

 

 

 

 


13 February 2013

Mutual Recognition of audits expands

Mutual Recognition of each others' supplier audits, so that "an audit for one is an audit for all", is expanding rapidly among AIM-PROGRESS members. 24 companies are now sharing a base of 9,300 records of audited suppliers who they can seek permission from to get access to their audits instead of duplicating the procedure. This saves roughly 2500 Euros per audit, as well as time and resources. For more information on how Mutual Recognition works please check out the relevant webpage.

 

 

 

 

 


04 February 2013

GSCP releases new reference tool on supply chain social performance management

The GSCP has just published the GSCP Reference tool on Supply Chain Social Performance Management Systems.

This Reference tool has been developed by and for retailers and brands to support buying organisations in monitoring and improving social compliance performance throughout their supply chains.

You can access the GSCP Reference tool on Supply Chain Social Performance Management Systems here.

This practical tool, used in combination with the other GSCP Reference tools on social compliance (Reference Code, Social Audit Process and Methodology, Auditing Competence), offers a coherent framework for global buyers to develop and/or assess their own strategy and activities to ensure they efficiently contribute to sustainable supply chains.

Please feel free to share this tool among your contacts (this is an open source document, like the other GSCP Reference tools), as appropriate.

 

 

 

 


18 January 2013

OECD Guideslines added to the ITC Standards Map

The International Trade Centre (ITC), a joint organization of the United Nations and World Trade Organization Geneva, Switzerland, aims to help businesses become more competitive in global markets, speeding economic development and contributing to sustainable development. 

 

As part of this goal, ITC has developed a web platform called Standards Map that provides comprehensive and comparable information on sustainability standards and audit protocols, with the aim to strengthen the capacity of producers, exporters and buyers to participate in more sustainable production and trade.

 

The addition of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises will help suppliers to better understand how to utilize these Guidelines.

 

 

 

 


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