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Best Practice approach ISO 26000

The best practice approach overall has been applied by over 60 organizations and consists of the following:

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Three pillars:

  1. Policy review;
  2. Prioritization of SR issues;
  3. Implementation of SR into daily operations.

Refinement of the key approach:

  • during policy review: realizing added SR (economic) value
  • during prioritization: front yard, backyard and SR icons
  • during implementation: linking ISO 26000 to QHSE management systems.
  • the project approach, consisting of a mix of workshops, interviews and quick scans.

Basic conditions:

  • Multilevel/multifunctional participation;
  • SR management team including top management/board for co-ordination;
  • Minimum time schedule and planning of six to twelve months.

Project tools:

  1. Issue-matrix (issue / stakeholder / process matrix or priority matrix)
  2. Stakeholder / communication matrix
  3. Step-by-step plan for implementation ISO 26000 (NEN)
  4. Implementation matrix (based on step-by-step plan)
 

Best practice approach diagram

Best practice approach diagram

The overall best practice approach for implementing social responsibility based on ISO 26000.