“Recognizing risks (part 1)”
Employee training LkSG

“Recognizing risks (part 1)”
Employee training LkSG

Training for Employees

At a time when companies are increasingly operating globally, it is crucial to understand the impact of our actions in supply chains and proactively respond to potential risks.

Target group

  • 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, which came into force on 1 January 2023, obliges us as an organization to review our supply chains for potential risks in connection with human rights violations and environmental impacts. This training is designed to help you understand your role in identifying and assessing risks in supply chains and taking effective measures to minimize risks.

In Part 1 “Recognizing risks”, we will focus on how you as an employee can recognize risks in the company and supply chains at an early stage. Together we will delve into the key concepts of the LkSG, understand the scope of the law and focus on how our daily decisions can have an impact on the entire supply chain.

Let’s work together to understand the world of risk identification and work to promote a responsible and sustainable corporate culture.

Training content

  • Introduction to the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG)
  • Legal basis and scope of application
  • Obligations and responsibilities of the organization
  • Internal risks
    • Supplier relationships and supply chains (assessment of reliability and ethics)
    • Quality management (monitoring of internal QM guidelines)
    • Internal processes and practices (identification of grievances, unsafe practices)
    • Data and information security
    • Human resources management (connection between working conditions and human rights)
  • External risks
    • Political and regulatory risks
    • Environmental impact
    • Social risks, market and competitive risks, financial risks

The content provides an overview of the different types of internal and external risks covered in the “Recognizing risks” training course. It is important that training participants develop a deep understanding of the diversity of these risks and learn how they can actively contribute to their identification and minimization.