An Introduction To ISO 26000 Guidance On Social Responsibility

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WorkshopCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR)in the forest sector in SEEAn introduction to ISO 26000Guidance on Social ResponsibilityIvana Baćović13 -14 April 2010, Belgrade

Development of ISO 26000 ISO 26000 “Guidance on Social Responsibility”part of ISO strategy for development of standard forsustainable business – standard that will fulfill all 3 key aspectsof business – economic, environmental and social –TrippleBottom Line Idea of connecting existing CSR initiatives and standards

ISO 26000 ISO 26000 - not certifiableISO 26000 - not standard for management systemsISO 26000 - no requirementsFor all types of organizations – general Guidance and recommendations for organizationshow to do business in socially responsible manner Any offer to certify, or claims to be certified to ISO26000 would be a misinterpretation of the intentand purpose of this International Standard!

Certification? Unified certification would be harmful for creativityneeded to resolve various social problems culturalreligiouspoliticaleconomical differences, not harmonized would cause the problem ofhuge differences in claims being made for being SR certified ISO 26000 can be a reference document for specificnational standards and certification schemes, like: Dansk Standard - DS 26001 Instituto Portugues da Qualidade (IPQ) - NP 4469

Who is involved in ISO 26000 preparation 436 experts and 195 observers from over 90 ISOmember states and 42 D-liaison organization(business association, NGOs, consumer associationsetc.) All 6 stakeholders IndustryGovernmentConsumersLabourNGOSSRO (Service, support, research and others)

ISO 26000 milestonesApril 2001ISO Council requests ISO Committee on Consumer Policy (COPOLCO) todeliberate on the development of CSR standardMay 2001ISO/COPOLCO Plenary – CSR Feasibility StudyJune 2002ISO/COPOLCO workshop on Corporate Social ResponsibilitySept. 2002ISO Council adopts COPOLCO Report and establishes Strategic Advisory Group(SAG) on Social ResponsibilityApril 2004Final Report and recommendation from SAG to ISO Technical ManagementBoard (TMB)June 2004Stockholm Conference & Pre-Conference for Developing CountriesJune 2004ISO TMB decision to proceed with development of ISO SR Guidance StandardSept. 2004ISO TMB assigns leadership responsibilities to ISO member bodies SIS (Sweden)& ABNT (Brazil).Oct. 2004New Work Item Proposal (NP) circulated among ISO MBsJan. 2005Votes : Yes - 29; No – 4On starting the development of an ISO standard (guidance) for SR

ISO 26000 milestones, cont.March 2005ISO concludes Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with InternationalLabour Organization (ILO)March 20051st. Plenary Meeting, Salvador, BrazilSept. 20052nd. Plenary Meeting, Bangkok, ThailandMay 20063 Plenary Meeting, Lisbon, PortugalJan.-feb.20074 Plenary Meeting, Sydney, AustraliaNov. 20075 Plenary Meeting, Vienna, AustriaSept. 20086 Plenary Meeting, Santiago, ChileMay 20097 Plenary Meeting, Quebec, Canada17-21 May20108 Plenary Meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark / FDIS ?

Agenda 8th plenary meeting ISO WG SR in Copenhagen,Denmark, 17-21st May 2010 Formal proceeding to FDIS Before formally proceeding to FDIS, ISO/WG SR willfocus on addressing the 2,650 comments receivedfrom ISO members and liaison organizations duringthe course of the voting process which ended inFebruary

Voting on FDIS ISO 26000 February 2010Working Group experts consensus2/3 P-members (participation members)Less than 1/4 negative votesAbstentions, votes not expressed or late votes are excludedwhen the votes were counted, as well as negative votes notaccompanied by technical reasons 1 country (1 NSB) 1 vote

Standards writing processISONow weare tee)WD(Preparatory)NWP(Proposal)Stage 1Stage 2InternationalStandard SRStage 6Stage 5Stage 4Stage 3NPWDCDDISFDISISONew Work Item ProposalWorking DraftCommittee DraftDraft International StandardFinal DISISO Standard

ISO 26000 structure

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Activities in Serbia “Mirror committee” Supported by EMS National CommitteeKS A 207 Voluntary participation All 6 stakeholder categories Consistent in following ISO TMB SR activities

Benefits of implementing Social Responsibility Improved businessenvironment Better position withinvestors, banks. etc. Consumers loyalty Finer image/reputation ofthe product/brand Relations withstakeholders Access to new markets &customers Compliance with laws(Environment) Decreased costs Higher employees moraleand productivity .

CSR – ISO 26000 CSR is a concept, while ISO 26000 is a guidance forimplementation of CSR/SR CSR is seen different depending on type and size ofthe organization ISO 26000 with industry specific guidance – effectiveimplementation

Challenges in SR implementation Must go beyond “compliance” and PR Defining boundaries of influence on society andenvironment Prioritizing CSR and philanthropic activities Collaboration with “activists” and united actions– partners on the same task SR – part of continuous improvement SR – balance between what is good for companyand what is good for community

And at the end We need to develop sustainable!“We haven’t inherited this planet from ourancestors, we borrowed it from futuregenerations!”

Thank you!

CSR –ISO 26000 CSR is a concept,while ISO26000 is a guidance for implementation of CSR/SR CSR is seen different depending on type and size of the organization ISO 26000 with industry specific guidance –effective implementation

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