Sedex Certification

Pioneers in the industry, we offer social compliance audit service, sedex wrap sa 8000 certification process, sedex certification registration, sedex certification consultants, sedex registration and smeta certification services from India.

Social Compliance Audit Service

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₹ 75,000 /Year Get Latest Price

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Certifications Providedsedex, SA 8000, WRAP
Target LocationPan India
Services offeredConsultancy
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Type Of Service ProviderIndividual Consultant
Type Of IndustryManufacturing
Type Of Service ContractOne-Time
Service areaPan India

Minimum order quantity: 1 Year

With consultancy experience with more than 5000 client, we are providing Sedex, SA 8000, WRAP Certification Consultancy to our clients with our best experts.

Our Services take place in 3 Stages-

 

1.0 Facility verification & GAP Analysis

2.0 Audit Invitations

3.0 Audit Closure with CAPR Closures

Sedex Wrap Sa 8000 Certification Process

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₹ 75,000 /Certificate Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Type of IndustryFor Manufacturing
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Services offeredConsultancy
Document verification ModeOffline
Target LocationPan India
Certifications ProvidedSedex, SA 8000, WRAP
Document Requiredlegal documents
Certification Provided with in20 Days

With consultancy experience with more than 5000 client, we are providing Sedex, WRAP and SA 8000 Certification Consultancy to our clients with our best experts.

Our Services take place in 3 Stages-

 

1.0 Facility verification & GAP Analysis

2.0 Audit Invitations

3.0 Audit Closure with CAPR Closures

Sedex Certification Registration

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₹ 75,000 /Year Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Services offeredAudit
Training Courses (if applicable)Sedex 2 Pillar & 4 Pillar
Document verification ModeOnline
Certifications ProvidedSedex Certification
Time Required15 Days
Service providedAuditing Service
Service areaPan India

Minimum order quantity: 1 Year

The Sedex audit process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Registration: The supplier registers on the Sedex platform and creates a profile with information on their business practices and supply chain.

  2. Audit Request: The buyer (the company that is requesting the audit) sends an audit request to the supplier through the Sedex platform. The request specifies the type of audit required (SMETA or SA8000) and the scope of the audit.

  3. Audit Preparation: The supplier prepares for the audit by collecting and organizing relevant documents, such as policies, procedures, and records related to labor, health and safety, and environmental management.

  4. On-Site or Remote Audit: The audit is conducted on-site or remotely by a Sedex-approved audit firm. The audit team interviews employees, reviews documents, and conducts site inspections to assess the supplier's compliance with ethical and responsible business practices.

  5. Audit Report: The audit firm prepares a detailed report on the supplier's performance against the Sedex code of conduct. The report includes observations, findings, and recommendations for improvement.

  6. Corrective Action Plan: The supplier develops a corrective action plan to address any non-compliances identified in the audit report. The plan includes timelines, responsibilities, and actions to be taken to address the non-compliances.

  7. Follow-Up Audit: If required, a follow-up audit is conducted to verify that the supplier has implemented the corrective action plan and is in compliance with the Sedex code of conduct.

  8. Sharing of Audit Results: The audit report and corrective action plan are shared among Sedex members, allowing companies to assess the risk of doing business with a particular supplier.

Sedex consultants can provide a range of services to suppliers, including:

  1. Gap Analysis: A Sedex consultant can conduct a gap analysis to identify areas where a supplier's business practices do not comply with the Sedex code of conduct. The consultant can provide recommendations for improvement and help the supplier develop a corrective action plan.

  2. Audit Preparation: A Sedex consultant can help a supplier prepare for a Sedex audit by providing guidance on document collection, organizing records, and preparing employees for interviews.

  3. Audit Management: A Sedex consultant can manage the Sedex audit process on behalf of the supplier, ensuring that the audit runs smoothly and that the supplier's interests are protected.

  4. Training and Capacity Building: A Sedex consultant can provide training to the supplier's employees on ethical and responsible business practices, helping them to understand the requirements of the Sedex code of conduct and how to implement best practices.

  5. Continuous Improvement: A Sedex consultant can help the supplier develop a continuous improvement program, ensuring that the supplier maintains compliance with the Sedex code of conduct and continues to improve their business practices over time.

Sedex Certification Consultants

₹ 75,000 /Year Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Mode of ReportHard Copy
Type of IndustryFor all Industries
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Services offeredConsultancy
Training Courses (if applicable)LA
Document verification ModeOffline
Target LocationPan India
Certifications ProvidedSedex Smeta
Document RequiredAll Legal Docs
Certification Provided with in15 Days

The Sedex audit process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Registration: The supplier registers on the Sedex platform and creates a profile with information on their business practices and supply chain.

  2. Audit Request: The buyer (the company that is requesting the audit) sends an audit request to the supplier through the Sedex platform. The request specifies the type of audit required (SMETA or SA8000) and the scope of the audit.

  3. Audit Preparation: The supplier prepares for the audit by collecting and organizing relevant documents, such as policies, procedures, and records related to labor, health and safety, and environmental management.

  4. On-Site or Remote Audit: The audit is conducted on-site or remotely by a Sedex-approved audit firm. The audit team interviews employees, reviews documents, and conducts site inspections to assess the supplier's compliance with ethical and responsible business practices.

  5. Audit Report: The audit firm prepares a detailed report on the supplier's performance against the Sedex code of conduct. The report includes observations, findings, and recommendations for improvement.

  6. Corrective Action Plan: The supplier develops a corrective action plan to address any non-compliances identified in the audit report. The plan includes timelines, responsibilities, and actions to be taken to address the non-compliances.

  7. Follow-Up Audit: If required, a follow-up audit is conducted to verify that the supplier has implemented the corrective action plan and is in compliance with the Sedex code of conduct.

  8. Sharing of Audit Results: The audit report and corrective action plan are shared among Sedex members, allowing companies to assess the risk of doing business with a particular supplier.

Sedex consultants can provide a range of services to suppliers, including:

  1. Gap Analysis: A Sedex consultant can conduct a gap analysis to identify areas where a supplier's business practices do not comply with the Sedex code of conduct. The consultant can provide recommendations for improvement and help the supplier develop a corrective action plan.

  2. Audit Preparation: A Sedex consultant can help a supplier prepare for a Sedex audit by providing guidance on document collection, organizing records, and preparing employees for interviews.

  3. Audit Management: A Sedex consultant can manage the Sedex audit process on behalf of the supplier, ensuring that the audit runs smoothly and that the supplier's interests are protected.

  4. Training and Capacity Building: A Sedex consultant can provide training to the supplier's employees on ethical and responsible business practices, helping them to understand the requirements of the Sedex code of conduct and how to implement best practices.

  5. Continuous Improvement: A Sedex consultant can help the supplier develop a continuous improvement program, ensuring that the supplier maintains compliance with the Sedex code of conduct and continues to improve their business practices over time.

SEDEX Registration

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₹ 75,000 /Certificate Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Certifications ProvidedSedex
Target LocationPan India
Document verification ModeOffline
Training Courses (if applicable)Lead Auditor Training
Services offeredConsultancy
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Type of IndustryFor Manufacturing
Mode of ReportSoft Copy

Minimum order quantity: 1 Certificate

The Sedex audit process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Registration: The supplier registers on the Sedex platform and creates a profile with information on their business practices and supply chain.

  2. Audit Request: The buyer (the company that is requesting the audit) sends an audit request to the supplier through the Sedex platform. The request specifies the type of audit required (SMETA or SA8000) and the scope of the audit.

  3. Audit Preparation: The supplier prepares for the audit by collecting and organizing relevant documents, such as policies, procedures, and records related to labor, health and safety, and environmental management.

  4. On-Site or Remote Audit: The audit is conducted on-site or remotely by a Sedex-approved audit firm. The audit team interviews employees, reviews documents, and conducts site inspections to assess the supplier's compliance with ethical and responsible business practices.

  5. Audit Report: The audit firm prepares a detailed report on the supplier's performance against the Sedex code of conduct. The report includes observations, findings, and recommendations for improvement.

  6. Corrective Action Plan: The supplier develops a corrective action plan to address any non-compliances identified in the audit report. The plan includes timelines, responsibilities, and actions to be taken to address the non-compliances.

  7. Follow-Up Audit: If required, a follow-up audit is conducted to verify that the supplier has implemented the corrective action plan and is in compliance with the Sedex code of conduct.

  8. Sharing of Audit Results: The audit report and corrective action plan are shared among Sedex members, allowing companies to assess the risk of doing business with a particular supplier.

Sedex consultants can provide a range of services to suppliers, including:

  1. Gap Analysis: A Sedex consultant can conduct a gap analysis to identify areas where a supplier's business practices do not comply with the Sedex code of conduct. The consultant can provide recommendations for improvement and help the supplier develop a corrective action plan.

  2. Audit Preparation: A Sedex consultant can help a supplier prepare for a Sedex audit by providing guidance on document collection, organizing records, and preparing employees for interviews.

  3. Audit Management: A Sedex consultant can manage the Sedex audit process on behalf of the supplier, ensuring that the audit runs smoothly and that the supplier's interests are protected.

  4. Training and Capacity Building: A Sedex consultant can provide training to the supplier's employees on ethical and responsible business practices, helping them to understand the requirements of the Sedex code of conduct and how to implement best practices.

  5. Continuous Improvement: A Sedex consultant can help the supplier develop a continuous improvement program, ensuring that the supplier maintains compliance with the Sedex code of conduct and continues to improve their business practices over time.

Smeta Certification Services

₹ 75,000 /Year Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Mode of ReportHard Copy
Type of IndustryFood, Textile, Leather, Toy, Chemicals
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Services offeredConsultancy
Training Courses (if applicable)Lead Auditor Training
Document verification ModeOffline
Target LocationPan India
Certifications ProvidedSMETA, SA8000, WRAP, SEDEX
Document RequiredAll Legal Documents
Certification Provided with in15 Days

Minimum order quantity: 1 Year

The Sedex audit process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Registration: The supplier registers on the Sedex platform and creates a profile with information on their business practices and supply chain.

  2. Audit Request: The buyer (the company that is requesting the audit) sends an audit request to the supplier through the Sedex platform. The request specifies the type of audit required (SMETA or SA8000) and the scope of the audit.

  3. Audit Preparation: The supplier prepares for the audit by collecting and organizing relevant documents, such as policies, procedures, and records related to labor, health and safety, and environmental management.

  4. On-Site or Remote Audit: The audit is conducted on-site or remotely by a Sedex-approved audit firm. The audit team interviews employees, reviews documents, and conducts site inspections to assess the supplier's compliance with ethical and responsible business practices.

  5. Audit Report: The audit firm prepares a detailed report on the supplier's performance against the Sedex code of conduct. The report includes observations, findings, and recommendations for improvement.

  6. Corrective Action Plan: The supplier develops a corrective action plan to address any non-compliances identified in the audit report. The plan includes timelines, responsibilities, and actions to be taken to address the non-compliances.

  7. Follow-Up Audit: If required, a follow-up audit is conducted to verify that the supplier has implemented the corrective action plan and is in compliance with the Sedex code of conduct.

  8. Sharing of Audit Results: The audit report and corrective action plan are shared among Sedex members, allowing companies to assess the risk of doing business with a particular supplier.

Sedex consultants can provide a range of services to suppliers, including:

  1. Gap Analysis: A Sedex consultant can conduct a gap analysis to identify areas where a supplier's business practices do not comply with the Sedex code of conduct. The consultant can provide recommendations for improvement and help the supplier develop a corrective action plan.

  2. Audit Preparation: A Sedex consultant can help a supplier prepare for a Sedex audit by providing guidance on document collection, organizing records, and preparing employees for interviews.

  3. Audit Management: A Sedex consultant can manage the Sedex audit process on behalf of the supplier, ensuring that the audit runs smoothly and that the supplier's interests are protected.

  4. Training and Capacity Building: A Sedex consultant can provide training to the supplier's employees on ethical and responsible business practices, helping them to understand the requirements of the Sedex code of conduct and how to implement best practices.

  5. Continuous Improvement: A Sedex consultant can help the supplier develop a continuous improvement program, ensuring that the supplier maintains compliance with the Sedex code of conduct and continues to improve their business practices over time.

Sedex Registration Service

₹ 75,000 /Year Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Type of IndustryFor Manufacturing
Services offeredConsultancy
Document verification ModeOffline
Target LocationPan India
Certifications ProvidedSedex
Document RequiredLegal Documents
Certification Provided with in15 Days

Minimum order quantity: 1 Year

The Sedex audit process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Registration: The supplier registers on the Sedex platform and creates a profile with information on their business practices and supply chain.

  2. Audit Request: The buyer (the company that is requesting the audit) sends an audit request to the supplier through the Sedex platform. The request specifies the type of audit required (SMETA or SA8000) and the scope of the audit.

  3. Audit Preparation: The supplier prepares for the audit by collecting and organizing relevant documents, such as policies, procedures, and records related to labor, health and safety, and environmental management.

  4. On-Site or Remote Audit: The audit is conducted on-site or remotely by a Sedex-approved audit firm. The audit team interviews employees, reviews documents, and conducts site inspections to assess the supplier's compliance with ethical and responsible business practices.

  5. Audit Report: The audit firm prepares a detailed report on the supplier's performance against the Sedex code of conduct. The report includes observations, findings, and recommendations for improvement.

  6. Corrective Action Plan: The supplier develops a corrective action plan to address any non-compliances identified in the audit report. The plan includes timelines, responsibilities, and actions to be taken to address the non-compliances.

  7. Follow-Up Audit: If required, a follow-up audit is conducted to verify that the supplier has implemented the corrective action plan and is in compliance with the Sedex code of conduct.

  8. Sharing of Audit Results: The audit report and corrective action plan are shared among Sedex members, allowing companies to assess the risk of doing business with a particular supplier.

Sedex consultants can provide a range of services to suppliers, including:

  1. Gap Analysis: A Sedex consultant can conduct a gap analysis to identify areas where a supplier's business practices do not comply with the Sedex code of conduct. The consultant can provide recommendations for improvement and help the supplier develop a corrective action plan.

  2. Audit Preparation: A Sedex consultant can help a supplier prepare for a Sedex audit by providing guidance on document collection, organizing records, and preparing employees for interviews.

  3. Audit Management: A Sedex consultant can manage the Sedex audit process on behalf of the supplier, ensuring that the audit runs smoothly and that the supplier's interests are protected.

  4. Training and Capacity Building: A Sedex consultant can provide training to the supplier's employees on ethical and responsible business practices, helping them to understand the requirements of the Sedex code of conduct and how to implement best practices.

  5. Continuous Improvement: A Sedex consultant can help the supplier develop a continuous improvement program, ensuring that the supplier maintains compliance with the Sedex code of conduct and continues to improve their business practices over time.

Sedex Smeta Ethical Trade Audit

₹ 75,000 /Year Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Type of IndustryFor Manufacturing
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Services offeredConsultancy
Document verification ModeOffline
Target LocationPan India
Certifications ProvidedSedex
Document RequiredLegal Documents
Certification Provided with in20 Days

Minimum order quantity: 1 Year

The Sedex audit process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Registration: The supplier registers on the Sedex platform and creates a profile with information on their business practices and supply chain.

  2. Audit Request: The buyer (the company that is requesting the audit) sends an audit request to the supplier through the Sedex platform. The request specifies the type of audit required (SMETA or SA8000) and the scope of the audit.

  3. Audit Preparation: The supplier prepares for the audit by collecting and organizing relevant documents, such as policies, procedures, and records related to labor, health and safety, and environmental management.

  4. On-Site or Remote Audit: The audit is conducted on-site or remotely by a Sedex-approved audit firm. The audit team interviews employees, reviews documents, and conducts site inspections to assess the supplier's compliance with ethical and responsible business practices.

  5. Audit Report: The audit firm prepares a detailed report on the supplier's performance against the Sedex code of conduct. The report includes observations, findings, and recommendations for improvement.

  6. Corrective Action Plan: The supplier develops a corrective action plan to address any non-compliances identified in the audit report. The plan includes timelines, responsibilities, and actions to be taken to address the non-compliances.

  7. Follow-Up Audit: If required, a follow-up audit is conducted to verify that the supplier has implemented the corrective action plan and is in compliance with the Sedex code of conduct.

  8. Sharing of Audit Results: The audit report and corrective action plan are shared among Sedex members, allowing companies to assess the risk of doing business with a particular supplier.

Sedex consultants can provide a range of services to suppliers, including:

  1. Gap Analysis: A Sedex consultant can conduct a gap analysis to identify areas where a supplier's business practices do not comply with the Sedex code of conduct. The consultant can provide recommendations for improvement and help the supplier develop a corrective action plan.

  2. Audit Preparation: A Sedex consultant can help a supplier prepare for a Sedex audit by providing guidance on document collection, organizing records, and preparing employees for interviews.

  3. Audit Management: A Sedex consultant can manage the Sedex audit process on behalf of the supplier, ensuring that the audit runs smoothly and that the supplier's interests are protected.

  4. Training and Capacity Building: A Sedex consultant can provide training to the supplier's employees on ethical and responsible business practices, helping them to understand the requirements of the Sedex code of conduct and how to implement best practices.

  5. Continuous Improvement: A Sedex consultant can help the supplier develop a continuous improvement program, ensuring that the supplier maintains compliance with the Sedex code of conduct and continues to improve their business practices over time.

Brc Certification Consultants

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₹ 85,000 /Certificate Get Latest Price

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Service LocationPAN INDIA

Minimum order quantity: 01 Certificate

BRC Certification Consultants

 

BRC (British Retail Consortium) international standards for food The world safety & quality assurance standard for manufacturers ,  manufacturers & other manufacturers .  It establishes standards for quality control ,  safety & sustainability throughout the food supply chain .  Obtaining BRC certification is often important for companies operating in the food industry . 

 

 

Consultation & Assessment: Schedule a consultation with Legal4sure to discuss your company's specific needs ,  the BRC standards applicable to your business ,  & the data used to get started . 

 

 

Gap Analysis: Legal4sure can make the difference in identifying areas where your current processes ,  systems or data need to be improved to become BRC compliant . 

 

 

Systems Implementation: Work with Legal4sure to implement appropriate systems ,  processes & documentation to meet BRC standards . 

 

 

Training: Ensure your staff is trained on BRC policies & best practices . 

 

 

Pre--Test: Conduct a pre--test or preliminary test before the certification exam to identify & resolve any unresolved issues . 

 

 

Certification Audits: Collaborate with Legal4sure to provide you with collaboration & support during certification: Certification bodies . 

 

 

Correction: Clarification of discrepancies found during the review & guidance provided by Legal4sure . 

 

 

Accreditation decisions: Legal4sure will help you find solutions & work with your certification body to obtain BRC certification . 

 

 

Complaint Support: Legal4sure can provide ongoing support to manage compliance ,  prepare for audits & implement changes to BRC standards . 

 

 

 

Clear communication with Legal4sure about its role ,  the services it offers & the role of your company throughout the BRC certification process is important .  Also make sure Legal4sure has BRC certification specific to your business .


Sedex Registration Services

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₹ 75,000 /Year Get Latest Price

Product Brochure
Mode of ReportSoft Copy
Type of IndustryFor Manufacturing
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Services offeredConsultancy
Document verification ModeOnline
Target LocationPan India
Certifications Providedsedex
Service areaPan India

Minimum order quantity: 1 Year

The Sedex audit process typically includes the following steps:

  1. Registration: The supplier registers on the Sedex platform and creates a profile with information on their business practices and supply chain.

  2. Audit Request: The buyer (the company that is requesting the audit) sends an audit request to the supplier through the Sedex platform. The request specifies the type of audit required (SMETA or SA8000) and the scope of the audit.

  3. Audit Preparation: The supplier prepares for the audit by collecting and organizing relevant documents, such as policies, procedures, and records related to labor, health and safety, and environmental management.

  4. On-Site or Remote Audit: The audit is conducted on-site or remotely by a Sedex-approved audit firm. The audit team interviews employees, reviews documents, and conducts site inspections to assess the supplier's compliance with ethical and responsible business practices.

  5. Audit Report: The audit firm prepares a detailed report on the supplier's performance against the Sedex code of conduct. The report includes observations, findings, and recommendations for improvement.

  6. Corrective Action Plan: The supplier develops a corrective action plan to address any non-compliances identified in the audit report. The plan includes timelines, responsibilities, and actions to be taken to address the non-compliances.

  7. Follow-Up Audit: If required, a follow-up audit is conducted to verify that the supplier has implemented the corrective action plan and is in compliance with the Sedex code of conduct.

  8. Sharing of Audit Results: The audit report and corrective action plan are shared among Sedex members, allowing companies to assess the risk of doing business with a particular supplier.

Sedex consultants can provide a range of services to suppliers, including:

  1. Gap Analysis: A Sedex consultant can conduct a gap analysis to identify areas where a supplier's business practices do not comply with the Sedex code of conduct. The consultant can provide recommendations for improvement and help the supplier develop a corrective action plan.

  2. Audit Preparation: A Sedex consultant can help a supplier prepare for a Sedex audit by providing guidance on document collection, organizing records, and preparing employees for interviews.

  3. Audit Management: A Sedex consultant can manage the Sedex audit process on behalf of the supplier, ensuring that the audit runs smoothly and that the supplier's interests are protected.

  4. Training and Capacity Building: A Sedex consultant can provide training to the supplier's employees on ethical and responsible business practices, helping them to understand the requirements of the Sedex code of conduct and how to implement best practices.

  5. Continuous Improvement: A Sedex consultant can help the supplier develop a continuous improvement program, ensuring that the supplier maintains compliance with the Sedex code of conduct and continues to improve their business practices over time.

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Foodsure (A Brand Of Bins & Services)
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