SA 8000 Consultants in Maharashtra
SA8000 is an auditable certification standard that encourages organizations to develop in Maharashtra India, maintain, and apply socially acceptable practices in the workplace. The SA8000 Standard is the central document of our work at SAI. It is one of the worlds first auditable social certification standards for decent workplaces, across all industrial sectors in Maharashtra India. It is based on the UN Declaration of Human Rights, conventions of the ILO, UN and national law, and spans industry and corporate codes to create a common language to measure social performance. It takes a management systems in approach by setting out the structures and procedures that companies in Maharashtra India must adopt in order to ensure that compliance with the standard is continuously reviewed. Those seeking to comply with SA8000 have adopted policies and procedures that protect the basic human rights of workers in Maharashtra India. Below are the nine elements in the SA8000 Standard.
Mutual Recognition: SAI seeks to increase transparency into the SA 8000 Standard and reduce the duplication of audits by increasing the recognition and acceptance of SA8000 as a high quality certification in Maharashtra India by buyers, initiatives, standard setting bodies, and others. For the results of the GSCP Equivalence Process comparison of SA 8000:2008 against the GSCP Reference Code (social).
This SA8000 Guidance document is intended to provide some interpretation in Maharashtra India and examples of application of the SA8000 Standards requirements for auditors and other users of the Standard. It is not intended to be comprehensive and does not include all matters of interpretation in Maharashtra India or implementation that arise when applying the SA8000 Standard to the workplace in Maharashtra India.
The Guidance Document was last revised and published in 2013. The revised document that is aligned with the changes made in the SA 8000: 2008 standard is now available below, organized by each of the SA 8000 Standards nine elements. Users of SA8000: 2008 are required to consult the 2008 Guidance Document as they implement the standard in Maharashtra India, and can also use the Drafters Notes and FAQs for further clarification on the changes made to the standard since. Please also refer to the SA8000 Resources page for more materials and information in Maharashtra India.
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