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Jul 23, 2013


Sep 13, 2013


Shenzhen, China

Under economic globalization, multinational enterprises maintain their brand competitiveness through the reinforcement of social responsibility on its global supply chain. The suppliers are required to comply with local laws, especially environmental protection and labor management.  Some buyers will regularly audit their suppliers as well as arranging third party audit to see if there are any environment pollution or unreasonable regulations which will affect workers’ health and rights. It is reported that the revised labor contract law will be in force on July 1st, likely to raise the liability of enterprises.

So how to deal with increasingly stringent requirements from buyers and brush up with updated standards? SGS Supply Chain Assessments & Solutions (SAS) will present four webinars from July to September, helping you to improve your management system and EHS performance. We cordially invite you to join us and share your experiences with our speakers.

Complimentary Webinar Calendar (in mandarin):

The calendar is based on (GMT+8) Beijing time. To register, please click on the topics to get into the registration webpage. 

Ms Fiona Wu
t: +852 2774 7450 
f: +852 2363 3846


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