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Welcome to Ethical Archive, where we strive for ethical excellence in every aspect of business. As a leading provider of auditing services in Pakistan, we are dedicated to helping companies meet the highest standards of environmental and social responsibility by conducting audits.
How our audits help buyers and suppliers ensure quality and sustainability
Our CSR Social & Enviromental Auditinhg Services Help Comapanies ensure that their suppliers are meeting their social and environmental obligations, promoting responsible sourcing and supply chain management. Whereas, Risk Assessment and Safety Audits promote workplace safety, avoiding workplace injuries and promoting business sustainability. Traceability helps companies track the origin and journey of their products, ensuring the quality of their products.
At Ethical Archive, we provide comprehensive services to help buyers and suppliers ensure the quality and sustainability of their products and operations. Our services include CSR Social & Environmental Auditing, Risk Assessment and Safety Audits, Traceability, Quality Control, Pre-Shipment Inspections and Supply Chain Ethicality.
Quality Control helps companies assess the quality of their products, ensuring that they meet customer expectations. Pre-Shipment Inspections help companies avoid costly and time-consuming issues by ensuring that products meet the required quality standards before they are shipped. Our Supply Chain Ethicality services help companies promote ethical and responsible supply chain practices.
At Ethical Archive, we are dedicated to helping buyers and suppliers ensure the quality and sustainability of their products and operations. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.
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Most frequent questions and answers
Ethical sourcing is the practice of ensuring that the products and services a company purchases are produced in a way that is socially and environmentally responsible.
Environmental sustainability is the practice of using natural resources in a way that preserves them for future generations while minimizing negative impacts on the environment.
Risk mitigation is the process of identifying, assessing, and reducing risks that may impact a company’s operations or reputation.
Due diligence is the process of conducting a thorough investigation and assessment of a company’s operations and practices to ensure compliance with ethical and legal standards, and to identify potential risks and areas for improvement.
Supply chain management is the process of managing the flow of goods and services from the suppliers to the customers, including procurement, production, transportation, and distribution.
Sustainable business practices are practices that help a company operate in a way that is environmentally and socially responsible while also being financially sustainable.
Stakeholder engagement is the process of involving stakeholders, including customers, employees, investors, and the public, in a company’s decision-making processes.
A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced by an individual, organization, or product.
Corporate social responsibility is the concept that companies have a responsibility to act in a way that benefits society and the environment, beyond their financial performance.
Green initiatives are programs and practices that help a company reduce its environmental impact and promote sustainability.
Social compliance auditing is the process of evaluating and verifying that a company’s operations are in compliance with social standards and regulations, including labor standards, human rights, health and safety, and environmental sustainability.
A life cycle assessment is a process for evaluating the environmental impact of a product or service throughout its entire life cycle, from raw material extraction to disposal.
A code of conduct is a set of guidelines that outlines the ethical and moral principles that a company or organization follows.
An environmental impact assessment is a process of assessing the potential environmental impacts of a proposed project or development.
Social compliance auditing is important for ensuring that companies are meeting ethical and legal standards, protecting the well-being of workers and communities, and promoting environmental sustainability. It also helps companies identify areas for improvement and maintain trust with stakeholders.
First-party auditing is conducted by the company itself to assess its own compliance. Second-party auditing is conducted by a customer or partner of the company to verify compliance. Third-party auditing is conducted by an independent auditor hired by the company to verify compliance.
Compliance reporting is the process of documenting and reporting on a company’s compliance with laws, regulations, and ethical standards.
Third-party auditing is the process of having an independent auditor assess a company’s compliance with laws, regulations, and ethical standards.
Environmental sustainability auditing is the process of evaluating and verifying that a company’s operations are in compliance with environmental standards and regulations, including waste management, emissions, and energy efficiency.
A social impact assessment is a process for identifying and assessing the potential social and environmental impacts of a project or initiative, including the impacts on stakeholders and communities.
Worker participation is the involvement of employees in decision-making processes that affect their working conditions, safety, and health.
Supply chain sustainability is the practice of ensuring that the products and services a company purchases are produced in a way that is socially and environmentally responsible.
Compliance auditing focuses on ensuring that a company’s operations are in compliance with ethical and legal standards, while financial auditing focuses on verifying the accuracy of financial statements and accounting practices.