Guidance on Social responsibility training Course
ISO 26000:2010 Outline
ISO 26000 is an international standard for corporate social responsibility (CSR: corporate social responsibility) published on November 1, 2010 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This is the definition of responsibilities that can benefit the society they belong to when making decisions and activities by all organizations or companies in society.
Individually, the 7 agendas such as governance structure, human rights, labor practices, environment, fair trade, consumer issues, community participation and development are social responsibility issues for 7 actors, including industry, government, consumer, labor, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). And contains guidelines and recommendations for implementation.
The importance of ISO 26000 training
ISO 26000 recognizes that compliance with the law is a fundamental duty of any organization and an essential element of social responsibility, and encourages beyond legal compliance.
For the effective application of ISO 26000, companies and industries need qualified professionals. The purpose of the ISO 26000 training course is to provide qualified auditors and individuals trained through this program with credibility to accrediting agencies and businesses and industries.
Assessments will be conducted according to requirements that reflect the core skills, knowledge and experience that define eligibility in the curriculum. The ISO 26000 training program is based on the ISO 26000 standard.
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