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Sedex, Supplier Ethical Data Exchange

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As the largest collaborative platform for sharing ethical supply chain data, Sedex is an innovative and effective supply chain management solution, helping you to reduce risk, protect your company reputation and improve supply chain practices. Sedex has two main aims: (1) to ease the burden on suppliers facing multiple audits, questionnaires and certifications; and (2) to drive improvements in the ethical performance of global supply chains. Our core product is a secure, online database which allows members to store, share and report on information in four key areas: Labour Standards, Health & Safety, The Environment, and Business Ethics. Sedex now has over 38,000 members across more than 30 different industry sectors in 150+ countries.

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Acronym: 
Sedex
Year of establishment: 
2004
Telephone: 
+44 (0)20 7902 2320
Full address: 
24 Southwark Bridge Rd London | SE1 9HF
Website:
Expertise
Country of activity:
global
Working language(s):
English, Chinese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Turkish, Russian
Expertise in Sustainability *:
Value chain

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smeta best practice guidance (version 5.0)

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Not Specified Sedex, Supplier Ethical Data Exchange 2014 SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit) is the audit methodology created by the Sedex membership to give a central agreed audit protocol which can be confidently shared. SMETA Best Practice Guidance describes the key stages of a SMETA audit from Self-Assessment Questionnaire, through Risk...
smeta measurement criteria (version 5.0)

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Not Specified Sedex, Supplier Ethical Data Exchange 2014 SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit) is the audit methodology created by the Sedex members to give a central agreed protocol which can be shared with confidence. SMETA Measurement Criteria gives clear instruction on the items to be checked at audit, governed by the standard of the Ethical...
guide to completing a smeta report (version 5.0)

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Not Specified Sedex, Supplier Ethical Data Exchange 2014 This material has been put together using fictitious information to demonstrate to SMETA users how to complete a SMETA report and gives more explanation of the type of information required. Please note the example uses typical information from China; it may vary for other countries. It is partly...
sedex supplier workbook

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Not Specified Sedex, Supplier Ethical Data Exchange 2013 This workbook is a free, publicly available document offering practical guidance to help suppliers all around the world to understand what ‘good practice’ looks like when working towards Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) and other Code requirements. The Workbook also offers advice on how you can...

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