“Prevention, remedy and report (part 2)”
Employee training LkSG
Training for Employees
Having looked at the risks in the supply chains in the first part, we now turn our attention to the key steps that employees can take to mitigate risks and respond appropriately to potential breaches.
- Procurement and purchasing department
- Compliance officer and legal department
- Sustainability and CSR officers
- Quality management and risk management
- Employees in production and logistics
- Management and executives
- Internal auditors
The training is aimed at different target groups. This ensures that the entire team develops a common understanding of the challenges and responsibilities associated with risk identification in supply chains.
The LkSG not only stipulates that risks must be identified, but also sets out clear steps for employees to take preventive measures, take remedial action and report incidents. This training course teaches the practical aspects of prevention, explores the options for remedying identified risks and understands the procedures for reporting breaches.
It is crucial that everyone makes an active contribution to creating ethical and sustainable supply chains. The training will not only teach you the legal requirements, but also provide practical guidance to ensure that your company can help promote a responsible and sustainable corporate culture through preventative measures, remediation and transparent reporting. Your active participation and commitment are crucial to ensure that the company organization not only complies with legal requirements, but also makes a positive contribution to fair and ethical supply chain management.
- Supply chain assessment (selection criteria, evaluation, monitoring)
- Code of Conduct (introduction and communication)
- Audits and reviews (internal and external audits, CIP mechanisms)
- Internal reporting procedures (in compliance with whistleblower protection)
- External communication (guidelines for transparent reporting on sustainability and compliance efforts)
- Cooperation with interest groups and stakeholders
Integration in company reports
- Integration of information on prevention, remediation and reporting in regular company reports
- Ensuring transparency towards investors, customers and the public
The contents provide an overview of the various aspects of the “Prevention, Remedy and Report” training course. By imparting this knowledge, employees are empowered to actively contribute to the implementation of the Supply Chain Duty of Care Act and to promote responsible supply chain management.