here BS 8903 sets out a comprehensive framework to help management with sustainable and economic development. By following these guidelines, you can implement sustainable procurement processes across all supply chains.
No business continuity plan is complete without serious consideration given to how and what to communicate in the event of an incident or disruption. But how can you be sure that you will be able to communicate appropriately when the unexpected occurs?
Companies and individuals are under constant pressure to reduce their carbon footprint today. From reducing carbon dioxide and pollutant gases, to air pollution and exhaust gases, Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 2060 sets out general requirements for anyone who wants to achieve and show carbon neutrality. By following these specifications, you can ensure all your claims are accurate – and gain your customers’ confidence.
BS ISO 20121 lays out a management system that helps you improve the sustainability of events. It has been designed to help you manage sustainability throughout the entire event management cycle.
BS ISO 26000:2010 outlines international recommendations for social responsibility. It covers organisational governance, human rights, working practices, environmental policies, sustainable development and community involvement.
BS EN ISO 22000:2005 Food safety management systems. Requirements for any organization in the food chain
BS EN ISO 22000 is the international standard for food safety management systems. It outlines regulatory requirements for all organisations involved in the food supply chain. BS EN ISO 22000 highlights and combines the key food safety actions that organisations must demonstrate and fulfil.