Social responsibility

Social responsibility is the concept that requires organizations to involve actively in the life of local communities, assume their social obligations and develop a coo-operation with the society.

There is a global growing pressure for a responsible behaviour of companies and their involvement in the welfare of local communities is becoming a performance indicator.

 

RIGCERT provides social responsibility audit and certification services to help you demonstrate your commitment to the sustainable development of the society.

Social responsibility certification

To demonstrate social responsibly the company has to operate in an ethical and transparent manner and contribute to the well-being of the society. The general aim is to obtain the trust of stakeholders, improve social relations, reduce noncompliance risks and in the long term increase profits and improve image and reputation.

There is a number of standards and certification schemes regarding social responsibility like ISO 26000 (that is not meant for certification purposes as it states clearly here) or SA 8000 (a private certification scheme developed by Social Accountability International).

Most of the social responsibility certification schemes, though address a number of common elements like: work practices, prevention of child labor and forced labor, protecting the health and safety of employees, preventing discrimination, respecting social and cultural rights of employees, involvement in environmental protection or promoting fair commercial practices.

RIGCERT has developed a system for evaluating the implementation of social responsibility principles  integrated into a management system.

For more details on our social responsibility certification scheme, please contact us at office@rigcert.org.

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Which are the components of the P-D-C-A cycle?
What represents a requirement determined as not applicable to the QMS as per ISO 9001:2015?
Which of the following can be considered post-delivery activities according to ISO 9001:2015?
What is the frequency for internal audits required by ISO 9001:2015?
Which of the following statements is true?

1. What is the relation between environmental aspects and impacts?
2. Which statement is true according to ISO 14001:2015?
3. The corrective action is?
4. As per ISO 14001:2015 compliance obligations refer to:
5. For determining environmental aspects purposes, the life cycle of a product may include stages like:

1. The occupational health and safety policy
2. What represents a “near-miss”?
2. OHSAS 18001 requires:
4. Which of the following statements is false?
5. As per OHSAS 18001 the health and safety of visitors to the workplace represents the responsibility of the organization?

1. What represents the Statement of Applicability?
2. In case the same person is responsible for both initiating and approving specific transactions, what information security control is not respected?
3. In case the organization decides to outsource software development does it have any responsibility to monitor the activity of its subcontractor(s) in terms of information security?
4. The decision to accept a security risk represents an option for treatment?
5. What is the principle of independence related to internal audits referring to?