SAI and ICCO’s Handbook offers a six-step approach to help businesses implement the Principles in their supply chain. The Handbook sets out a six-step method for firms to implement a supply chain management system that integrates respect for human rights.
The handbook describes steps a company should follow as well as required policies and procedures.
The handbook is based on the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, written by John Ruggie.
It is designed to help companies operationalise these principles, which include the framework “Protect, Respect and Remedy”.
The Guide describes six steps to implement a supply chain management system that protects human rights. These steps including assessing and then remedying human rights impact.
It also and offers practical advice on how to overcome typical human rights problems companies face in their supply chain.
Social Accountability International (SAI) and Interchurch Organisation for Development Cooperation (ICCO)
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