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ISO 26000: Organisations, including businesses, do not exist in a vacuum. Every single organisation is embedded in a wider web of societal, political, and environmental systems, that spans from smaller local networks to expansive and complex global ones.
ISO 26000 is a set of guiding principles for businesses and organisations to use in steering their activities towards a more socially responsible direction. In order to better contribute to the health and welfare of their supporting societies and environments, businesses must enforce principles of ethical and transparent behaviour which are some of the core subjects of ISO 26000.
ISO 37301: In an increasingly interconnected world where trade flows extend far beyond the boundaries of a company’s headquarters, the world of compliance is becoming more complex. Regulators and supervisors are holding companies accountable not only for the actions of their own employees, but also for the actions of agents and suppliers. Contractually requiring subsidiaries, agents or suppliers to implement a compliance program may not be enough to mitigate the risk of non-compliance. In the absence of certainty, it is up to the company to weigh ethical decisions and take the path itself.
For organisations seeking growth and long-term success, consistently adhering to compliance obligations is a must, not an option. A CMS based on the requirements and guidance of ISO 37301 equips organisations with a set of tools (policies, processes, and controls) that allows them to establish and maintain a culture of compliance.
ISO 9001: specifies requirements for a quality management system when an organisation:
a) needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and
b) aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.
ISO 20400: ISO 20400 is an international standard that provides guidelines on sustainable procurement. The standard can be used by an organisation that intends to improve their social, economic, and environmental sustainability.
This course will enable you identify legal, financial and moral risks associated with sustainability in the supply chain, monitor and improve the sustainability performance of suppliers, build supplier relationships that create long-term sustainable value.
Course Fee: USD 1,000 Per Participant (for any of the courses)
Case studies and site visits will be conducted by local practitioners and partners in Dubai, UAE.
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