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ISO 26000

ISO 26000 – «Guidance on social responsibility» is a guidance on the principles that are in the basis of social responsibility, basic subjects and problems concerning social responsibility and ways of integration of socially responsible behavior. This International Standard dramatizes the importance of the results.

ISO 26000 may be applied in any organizations, in the public and private sectors, in the developed and developing economies.  It will help you to support  socially responsible work style in compliance with the requirements of the society.

Stable development for the organizations means not only supplies of the products and services of high quality with no damage to the environment, but also social responsibility in the work.

Organizations all over the world use ISO 26000 more and more for developing strategies of the responsible behavior and rely on it as on the secure and complete guidance.

ISO 26000 is destined to help the organizations to make a contribution into the stable development. It offers them not to confine themselves to statutory compliance, but acknowledges that the statutory compliance is a fundamental obligation of any organization and an integral part of its social responsibility. It is designed for providing mutual understanding in the sphere of social responsibility and adding other tools and initiatives in this sphere, not replacing them.

ISO 26000 helps organizations of all types – regardless of their size, type of activity s=and location – to act in a socially responsible manner, giving clear instructions on:

  • Conceptions, definitions, concerning social responsibility;
  • Feedback, general directions and characteristics of social responsibility;
  •  Principles and practices, concerning social responsibility;
  • Key questions and problems, concerning social responsibility;
  • Integration, implementation and promotion of socially responsible behavior in the organization through its policy and practice in its sphere of influence;
  • Identification and involvement of concerned parties.

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