This month, the ASI Board approved a new Human Rights Policy applicable to ASI as an organisation. Through this Policy, ASI aims to address our own corporate responsibility and actions, in addition to what is delivered through our standards programs and implemented by ASI members.
While ASI is itself a small organisation, we seek to create positive impacts, including on human rights, directly through our own activities and indirectly through our global membership, standards and certification program and its broader influence.
The ASI Human Rights Policy sets out out commitments to human rights in areas such as ASI Certification, our team, with stakeholders, in our business relationships. and through our governance, processes and sanctions where necessary.