Despite criticism as to the effect on workers rights of social audits, audits continue to play a significant part of most CSR work. Reckognizing the fact that most IEH-members use, and will continue to use audits as part of their work on ethical trade, we are hosting this practical session on how to use audits in a better way.
The training will answer questions such as what is a social audit, and what criterias should be fulfilled as part of the audit methodology? What sort of information can you get from an audit, and when do you need to refer to other sources of information? How to follow up on audit information and Corrective Action Plans? What additional improvement measures need to be implemented?
The training will be conducted in english.
About the trainer
Steve Homer has been a trainer for ETI for many years, and has extensive knowledge of international standards and audit schemes across a variety of sectors, including food and textiles. Steve was one of the first board members of the GlobalGap standard and also served as a board member of the Ethical Trade Initiative. He runs the UK based consultancy SMHProjects Limited.
Cost of workshop
1200 kr (IEH-members).
Use the form below. Registration is binding. If you are not able to attend, you will be charged 25% of the cost of the workshop if we are notified 9-6 days or less before the workshop. If notified later, or if no-show, IEH will charge the entire cost of the workshop.