Verité Responsible Sourcing Tool: Explore risk

There are a number of freely available compliance tools from Verité which can help a seafood business explore risk by documenting human rights risks.

There are a number of freely available compliance tools from Verité (a US based non-profit consulting, training, research and advocacy organisation) which can help a seafood business through the process of documenting human rights risks and provide guidance on good practice supply chain management. These include:

Supply chain mapping which allows a company to trace the chain of custody – and points of accountability – at all levels of production, from harvesting or procurement of raw materials, to processing and packaging, to final sale.

Information gathering and risk assessment in seafood supply chains to collect information to help identify where you have major risks in your supply chains. Once an initial mapping is underway, businesses can begin to assess the relative risk of different segments of the supply chain.

Significance for seafood businesses:

There are a series of compliance tools specifically for the seafood sector which are free to use and will help buyers assess their supply chain and make an informed judgement on the risks they face when sourcing seafood.

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