Join Katerina Liana, Area Technical Manager – Americas, in this 25 minute webcast covering what actions need to be taken to prepare for a SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit) audit. Sedex is a not for profit membership organization that aims to improve ethical and responsible business practices in global supply chains.
Developed by AIM Progress in order to go beyond the requirements of a standard SMETA (SEDEX Members Ethical Trade Audit) audit, SMETA 4-pillars is a common audit format which places
greater emphasis on environmental issues and business integrity.
Demonstrate your commitment to the improvement of ethically responsible business practices throughout the entire supply chain. SMETA 4-pillars was designed to support responsible sourcing practices and sustainable production systems.
Launched in April, 2017, SMETA 6.0 is the latest version of the world-leading Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit format, which aims to help businesses and their supply chains streamline the monitoring and reporting of their ethical trade practices.
In this interview, Katerina Liana explains what changes and updates organizations can expect from SMETA 6.0, the latest version of one of the world’s most widely used ethical audit formats developed by Sedex - the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange.
LRQA has been delivering SMETA audits since 2008 and our unique assessment methodology ensures our Sedex Member Ethical Trade Audits (SMETA) focus on the areas and risks that are important to your business, key stakeholders and supply chain.