CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
ISO 22301:2010 is the International Standard for Corporate Social Responsibility.
What Is ISO 26000?
ISO 26000 is the internationally agreed standard for corporate social responsibility. This standard assists various organisations across the world that respect the environmental and society, and understand that doing this is critical to their success.
The corporate social responsibility standard is designed for various industries and organisations to prove that they are committed to doing the right thing when it comes to sustainability and their performance.
How To Get Certified To ISO 26000
If you need assistance in getting certified to ISO26000, fill out a request a demo form.
The team at Penarth will then determine which consultancy package or software is right for you in order to ensure you get certified to ISO 26000.
Benefits of ISO 22301
Improve relationships with stakeholders
Ability to win more business
Meet legal requirements
Positive social change
Achieve sustainability goals
Staff who understand the importance of CSR
What is Corporate Social Responsibility?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the term used for the business model that guides companies to be socially accountable to themselves, the public and the environment.
If you are wanting to follow a CSR framework, you should be concerned with diversity many perspectives, including:
Why Follow ISO 26000?
Ensuring your organisation is concerned with CSR will benefit them as they will be able to demonstrate to various stakeholders that they are making a social difference.
Due to ISO 26000 only providing guidelines rather than requirements, this standard can not be used to get certified. But following the suggestions in the standard can help you understand the social responsibility of your business.
Regardless of the size, location or industry your operation operates in, ISO 26000 is designed to benefit you.