Workplace Safety & Accountability
Occupational health & safety is not a topic to be taken lightly. Employers have a both a moral and a legal obligation to ensure the wellbeing of their employees. On top of that, creating a safe workplace also has a positive impact on the employee retention rate and makes you a more attractive business partner.
For all of these reasons, various standards and initiatives have been developed to set benchmarks and to spread best practices. The internationally recognized certification standard BS OHSAS 18001 is only one example of the large amount of available instruments to reduce risks in the workplace.
Depending on the particular needs of your organization, CCSBD can assist you with certification according to established standards, with validation of custom-made codes and guidelines, and with inspection and risk assessments of the current state.
Browse through our services below to find the approach that suits your needs, or contact us for a tailor-made solution.
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ISO 26000 Corporate Social Responsibility
Assessments of compliance with laws & regulations
Quality Management, Excellence Models, Governance and Compliance Audits
Social Responsibility & Reporting
Certification & Validation according to CSR Standards and Reporting Frameworks
Fair Business Practices
Custom-made Assessments Schemes for your Organization
Corporate Social Responsibility & Ethical Audits in the supply chain
Farm Sustainability Assessment FSA 2.0
Tool for crop farmers and sourcing companies to assess and improve farm sustainability
ISO 37001 Certification
Certification of Anti-Bribery Management Systems
BS OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health & Safety
Does your company invest in miss-outs?
ISO 31000 – Risk Management
Safer business, or: How safe can you afford not to be?
Sustainable Biomass REDcert, ISCC, ISCCplus Related Projects
Environmental Assessments: Certification, Verification, Improvement
Code of Conduct Validation
It has become common practice for organizations to introduce a code of conduct