ISO 26000:2010 Guidance on social responsibility Training course

Social Responsibility of the Organization Towards Sustainable Development

ISO 26000:2010 Guidance on social responsibility

Principles of Social Responsibility ISO 26000
-Responsibility to respond to the impacts on society, the economy and the environment
- Transparency in decisions and activities that impact on society and the environment
Ethical Behavior
- The behavior of an organization should be based on values ​​such as honesty, equity and integrity
Respect for the interests of stakeholders (stakeholders)
- An organization should respect, consider and respond to stakeholder interests
Compliance with the principle of legality
-No individual or organization resides above the law
Compliance with international standards of conduct
- An organization should respect international standards of behavior in adhering to the principle of legality
Respect for human rights
- An organization should respect human rights and recognize its importance and universality

the points of guidance

1 Scope
2 Terms and definitions
3 Understanding social responsibility
3.1 The social responsibility of organizations: Historical background
3.2 Recent trends in social responsibility
3.3 Characteristics of social responsibility
3.4 The state and social responsibility
4 Principles of social responsibility
4.1 General
4.2 Accountability
4.3 Transparency
4.4 Ethical behaviour
4.5 Respect for stakeholder interests
4.6 Respect for the rule of law
4.7 Respect for international norms of behaviour
4.8 Respect for human rights
5 Recognizing social responsibility and engaging stakeholders
5.1 General
5.2 Recognizing social responsibility
5.3 Stakeholder identification and engagement
6 Guidance on social responsibility core subjects
6.1 General
6.2 Organizational governance
6.3 Human rights
6.4 Labour practices
6.5 The environment
6.6 Fair operating practices
6.7 Consumer issues
6.8 Community involvement and development
7 Guidance on integrating social responsibility throughout an organization
7.1 General
7.2 The relationship of an organization's characteristics to social responsibility
7.3 Understanding the social responsibility of an organization
7.4 Practices for integrating social responsibility throughout an organization
7.5 Communication on social responsibility
7.6 Enhancing credibility regarding social responsibility
7.7 Reviewing and improving an organization's actions and practices related to social responsibility
7.8 Voluntary initiatives for social responsibility
Annex A Examples of voluntary initiatives and tools for social responsibility

ISO 26000 Social Responsibility Consulting

The course certificate, addressed to the management, the Manager of system, those responsible of processes or functions.

The course is inclusive of support material, Assessment Test, questionnaire evaluation training actions, certification on completion of education with its Roster.