SA 8000:2014

SA 8000:2014  is the first international standard that sets all the requirements for Companies ethical behavior towards workers

SA 8000 is based on 8 specific fields :

  1. child labor
  2. forced labor
  3. health and safety
  4. association freedom
  5. discrimination
  6. disciplinary practices
  7. working time
  8. wages

Arredi3N chose to improve a system of social responsibility inside its organization, and to ask for its certification to authorized agencies.

This choice allows to protect and cooperate with workers.

SA 8000 SOCIAL ANALYSIS

Analysis characterized  by :

FIRST PART
Description of main Company activities

The system of social responsibility approved by management and the organizational set-up to meet all SA 8000 requirements.

For each requirement of SA 8000 the Company activities are well noticed, to grant respect and conformity

SECOND PART
The Improving plan is indicated in detail, with future targets to achieve, for the improvement of System of Social Responsibility Management

THIRD PART
Introduction of panel of indicators of System of Social Responsibility Management

CLAIMS AND SIGNALS

Anyone who means to send signals about SA 8000 on social responsibility, can send them by official post , not ordinary to: sa8000@arredi3n.com

Addresses to send signals by worker or stakeholder, relevant to SA 8000 requirements, once all the internal procedures are made, are the following :

Certifications agencies

EUROPEAN INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION COMPANY S.A.
89, Chlois & Likovriseos Str. – 144 52 Metamorfosi -  Athens – Greece
Tel: ++30 210 62.52.495 -  ++30 210 62.53.927
Fax: ++30 210 62.03.018
e-mail: info@eurocert.gr - Internet site www.eurocert.gr

Accreditations agencies:

SAI: Social Accountability International
15 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-684-1414 – Fax. 212-684-1515
Email: info@sa-intl.org

Social Accountability Accreditation Services
15 West 44th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 391-2106 – fax: (212) 684-1515
saas@saasaccreditation.org