Social responsibility may be the next thing all organisations and businesses want to properly master, but it doesn’t just entail how you interact with employees or attract new hires. That’s why the ISO, released ISO 26000 in 2010 to help to outline the details. However certain industries found that there was guidance missing or not specific enough to their operations. One such industry is the food industry, a pillar stone contributor to economies and life as we know it. Its therefore quite obviously imperative that the food industry runs efficiently, and ideally acts in a sustainable fashion to enhance the social responsibility. ISO have hence released ISO/TS 26030; titled ‘Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development – Guidance on Using ISO 26000:2010 in the Food Chain’.
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