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Global Social Compliance Programme. Programme Presentation & Update August 2009. ². Over 1000 codes and implementation systems. The Situation today. Shared Supply Base All consumer goods. Sourcing Companies. Result Today. Carrefour/ICS Wal-Mart Ikea HP/EICC

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global social compliance programme

Global Social Compliance Programme

Programme Presentation & Update

August 2009

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Over 1000 codes and implementation systems

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the situation today
The Situation today

Shared Supply Base

All consumer goods

Sourcing Companies

Result Today

Carrefour/ICS

Wal-Mart

Ikea

HP/EICC

Migros/BSCI

Company X

  • Audit Fatigue
  • Confusion
  • Inefficiency
  • High Cost
  • Focus on audits
  • not on
  • remediation

Social Audit

Supplier A

SocialAudit

Social Audit

SocialAudit

Social Audit

SocialAudit

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what gscp does
What GSCP does

EICC

BSCI

ETI

GSCP Vision:

To harmonise existing efforts to deliver a shared, consistent and global approach for the continuousimprovement of workingand environmental conditions in global supplychains

Best Practice

Common approach

ICS

Equivalence

Company Scheme

SAI

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a global cross industry platform
A global cross-industry Platform

• Build consensus on best practices

• Develop a clear and consistent message

for suppliersglobally

• Drive convergence by building comparability

and transparency

• Reduce audit fatigue and duplication

• Strengthen collaborative efforts for

building capacity and training

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GSCP Governance Model

Task Force

Recommendation

Advisory

Board

Executive

Board

Consultation

Mandate

Mandate

Mandate

Expert

Working

Group 1

Expert

Working

Group 2

Expert

Working

Group n

Consultation

Recommendation

Secretariat

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GSCP Boards

Executive Board

AdvisoryBoard

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gscp scope principles
GSCP Scope & Principles
  • No duplication
  • Best practices
  • No lowering of standards
  • Open source
  • Engaging civil society
  • stakeholders
    • Business-driven
    • Driven from the top level
  • Global
  • Food and non food
  • Non competitive

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what gscp is not
What GSCP is not
  • NOT another monitoring scheme
  • NOT a substitute to existing initiatives
  • NOT an accreditation or certification body

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gscp working plan

6.Remediation

5. Data Sharing

4. Management Systems

3. AuditorCompetence

Build Reference Tools based on best practice

2. Audit Process & Methodology

1. Reference Code

GSCPWorking Plan

Build understanding,

comparability & transfer of information

Environmental Module:

site-specific environmental requirements

Equivalence Process

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Reference Tools

To uphold relevant international standards where they

exist

To build consensus around what good looks like

To provide a common interpretation of fair labour

and environmental requirements and their implementation

To create comparability and transparency between

systems

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reference tools
Reference Tools

• These tools can voluntarily either be:

  • Integrated in part or in full by companies into their existing systems
  • Used by companies or initiatives as a reference against which to compare or otherwise review their existing tools through an equivalence process

CONVERGENCE

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GSCP Methodology for each tool

DESIGN

  • Gathers
  • existing best practices and
  • drafts the
  • reference tool
  • Manages a public consultation to ensure accuracy and that it represents among all stakeholders

CONSULT

REVIEW

APPROVE

Submits the recommendation to the Advisory and Executive Board for review, comment, revision and approval

  • Prepares a recommendation on how the draft reference tools should be amended based on consultation results

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step 1 reference code
Step1 - ReferenceCode

• 6 months open consultation led by

an Expert Working Group

• All comments received compiled and analysed

• Recommendations to the Advisory Board

• Approved and launched end Sept. 08

• Review Protocol in place

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Step 2 - Audit Process & Methodology

What reference tools?

• Common guidelines on

  • Audit process
  • Employment site profile
  • Self-assessment
  • Audit Checks
  • Audit Report
  • Alert Notification
  • Supplementary Audit Information
  • Summary of findings & Corrective Actions
  • Where do we stand?
  • Draft reference tools tested through:
  • Web consultation
  • Test audits
  • Final Draft being reviewed by AB & EB

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step 3 auditor competence
Step 3: Auditor Competence

Objective

• To increase consistency between auditors and audits

• To allow common training guidelines

• To send a clearer and unified message to suppliers

How & When

• Expert working group and process started in April 09

• The group will GSCP will make sure to work in collaboration with existing efforts (e.g. Verite/CREA)

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step 4 companies management systems
Step 4: Companies’ Management Systems

Objective

• Understand, share, align best practices in each system

• Build greater understanding, transparency and trust

• Allow the different systems to better work together

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step 5 data sharing
Step 5: Data Sharing

Objective

• Improve transparency

• Gain better and wider market knowledge

• Facilitate better planning and remediation

• Develop protocols for data ownership & sharing

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step 6 remediation
Step 6: Remediation

A Forum

- To build relevant tools

  • To openly discuss issues

of common interest

  • To exchange experiences and

learn from each other’s practice in the field

  • To strengthen collaborative approaches

Next General Meetings:

• San Francisco, 19-20 October 2009

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module on environment
Module on Environment
  • • Integration of basic site-specific environmental requirements within GSCP
  • • Definition of the following reference tools based on best practices:
  • Draft reference requirements
  • & guidelines for suppliers
  • Draft reference Audit systems
  • & methodology
  • Draft reference requirements
  • for auditor competence
  • • Public consultation on reference
  • requirements and guidelines
  • April to June 2009

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GSCP Equivalence Process

GSCP Reference Tools can beused as a benchmark for companies/schemes to understand where they stand against best practice and against other companies/schemes

REFERENCE TOOLS

based on best practice

X

Y

E

B

D

A

C

Y = the gap between company systems / schemes “D” and “C”

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for questions please contact claudine musitelli gscp director c musitelli@theconsumergoodsforum com

For questions, please contact Claudine Musitelli, GSCP Directorc.musitelli@theconsumergoodsforum.com

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