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Compliance requirements from Supply Chain Due Diligence Law when it comes to documentation
- Develop/update your codes of conduct for your own business, based on the policy statement. Make regular updates.
- Integrate sustainability into your purchasing practices. When concluding contracts in high-risk areas, make sure that the overall design of the contract does not increase the risk of human rights violations
- Procurement guideline: For individual procurement steps determine which precautions are to be taken to minimize or prevent the identified risks.
- Conduct employee training/education on the relevant codes of conduct and guidelines (especially in purchasing), e.g. during on-boarding of new employees.
- Make careful supplier selection and supplier assessment. Note: Certifications such as SMETA (SEDEX), SA8000, BSCI or industry-specific seals are only an initial guide, as their content varies.