Corporate | Sustainable Procurement Assessment

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The organization has made an inventory of internal and external issues concerning SP:Context analysis
The organization has made an inventory of internal and external issues concerning SP:Stakeholders analysis
The organization has made an analysis of internal and external issues, opportunities and risks:Risk and/or opportunity analysis
The management is committed and shows leadership with regard to SP:Management statement / interviews
The organization has drawn up a policy plan for SP, while focusing on:Procurement policy / stakeholder report / procurement policy / supply chain mapping / communication proofs
In the organization, SP is implemented and supported in various ways:Company actionplan / stakeholder docs / interviews / communication docs / year reports / website / webpages / stakeholder meeting reports / SP tools
In the organization, SP is implemented and supported in various ways:Summary of potential negative effects per SP theme and necessary actions
The organization has drawn up a code of conduct or a similar document, focusing on:CoC or similar / list of applicable law & regs
Conditions relating to human and labour rights are built into contracts with suppliers:Procurement conditions / interviews / ILO etc.
The following conditions for the safety and health of employees are incorporated in contracts with suppliers:Procurement conditions
Harmful emissions are prevented or limited by the organizations 1st tier suppliers according to reduction plans for their most important impacts (e.g. CO2, chemicals):

Supplier assessments

Conditions relating to biodiversity are built into contracts with suppliers, aiming to first avoid, then minimize, if necessary mitigate and (when impacts still remain) offset adverse impacts on marine, freshwater and/or terrestrial ecosystems:Procurement conditions / FSC / OKOTEX / GOTS etc.
Conditions relating to protection of local and regional water systems are built into contracts with suppliers, aiming to first avoid, then minimize, if necessary mitigate and (when impacts still remain) offset adverse impacts (PRODUCT):
Conditions relating to fair business practices are built into contracts with suppliers, with respect to:Procurement conditions
SP performance is measured, monitored and assessed with quantitative targets:
The organization has draws conclusions from the SP assessment and works towards continuous improvement on the basis of the assessment:CSR/procurement report

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