In today’s business environment, a third-party social audit is a requirement to meet retailer demands for supply chain transparency and ensure safe ethical working conditions. Most food/grocery retailers and consumer brands accept SMETA social audits, the most widely accepted methodology globally.
Listen to SCS social audit experts, Sandy Ledesma and Cinthya Velez Diaz who share best practices in setting up a SMETA audit, along with a discussion of common audit non-compliances and how to develop and implement an effective corrective action plan. You will learn how to identify root causes of non-compliances related to indicators including Working Conditions and Labor Practices, based on the ETI Base Code. Our goal is to support you to gain confidence and be better prepared to manage the entire SMETA audit process from start to finish.
Please reach out to Bernadette Goldstein – Director of Sales, Food Safety and Supply Chain, at [email protected] with any questions or other support.