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Standardization & Certification

One of the main objectives of standardization is usually that everybody adheres to the same standards, i.e. the same procedures or product specifications. This may ease logistical procedures, facilitate trade, prevent consumer deception and improve quality.

Certification is always done by a third party. The verification is done and the assurance is provided by a party without direct interest in the economic relationship between the supplier and buyer. An internal control is a first-party verification. When a buyer verifies if the supplier adheres to a standard, it is a second-party verification.

The current global business environment is motivating organizations to consider the full social and ethical impacts of their activities. Companies that prove a responsible approach to social and ethical issues will gain a vital competitive edge and build confidence in its clients, investors, local communities and consumers. 

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Our specialized & highly experienced team will assist your company to become following certification and standardization:

Certification

Standardization

Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production(WRAP)

Business Social Compliance Initiatives (BSCI)

Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI)

GSV (Global Security Verification (GSV)/ C-TPAT

Leadership in Energy & Environment Design (LEED)

ISO: 9001:2015; 14000, 18001, 26000

United National Global Compact (UNGC)

HIGG

Better Work

ILO

Accord

ISO

 

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