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ISO 26000 Guidance On Social Responsibility (GOSR)

ISO 26000 provides valuable guidance for organizations aiming to improve their social responsibility (SR) practices. It outlines best practices across seven key principles and core subjects, helping businesses operate in ways that benefit society and the environment. The standard also offers a framework for organizations to self-assess their social responsibility efforts and pinpoint areas for improvement. By aligning with ISO 26000 guidance, companies can demonstrate transparency and commitment to stakeholders. In today’s interconnected and socially conscious landscape, adhering to ISO 26000 principles is becoming increasingly important for businesses.

  • Demonstrates a dedication to ethical and responsible business conduct.
  • Proactive SR measures can help mitigate risks associated with labor practices, environmental concerns, and community relations.
  • Provides a framework for positive interaction with stakeholders like employees, communities, and investors, fostering trust and collaboration.
  • Increased employee engagement leads to a more positive work environment.
  • By addressing social and environmental issues, organizations can identify and rectify inefficiencies, resulting in cost savings and a more sustainable operation.
  • Businesses that exhibit robust social responsibility practices can differentiate.
    themselves in the market, attracting new customers and partners.

Journey to Certification

Whether you’re new to ISO 26000 or looking to transfer your certification, TWR can guide you through the certification process. Our experts will work with you to assess your current practices, develop an implementation plan, and prepare for the certification audit. Once certified, we can also provide support for maintaining and improving your social responsibility performance.

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