[Webinar]Responding to Audit Fatigue in the Apparel and Footwear Sector
Auditing processes in the apparel and footwear industry require significant resources, taking away from the opportunity to focus on improving social and labor conditions. The Social & Labor Convergence Project (SLCP)’s new converged assessment framework was developed to put an end to the audit fatigue experienced by industry, and support responsible corporate practices.
Christian Smith, Project Manager, Social and Labor Practices, SLCP and Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Samantha Kuchmak, Social Compliance Manager, MEC, join Bob Kirke, Executive Director, Canadian Apparel Federation, and Sarah Carpenter, Manager, Business & Human Rights, Assent Compliance, to discuss how companies can benefit from using the SLCP’s new framework in their auditing processes. For those outside of the apparel and footwear industry, it will introduce you to a framework that may someday be coming to your sector.
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11AM ET | 8AM PT | 3PM GMT
Wednesday, November 7th, 2018
Approximately 60 minutes
Topics to be covered in this webinar include:
- Why audit fatigue happens, and how a converged assessment framework can address it
- An overview of the Social & Labor Convergence Project (SLCP)
- An introduction to the SLCP’s new converged assessment framework
- What brands and facilities can expect from the converged assessment framework going forward
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from experts at the forefront of transforming audits in the apparel and footwear sector.