HOW TO GET STARTED WITH AN EICC AUDIT
SGS will offer a free seminar about EICC overview in Shenzhen of China, to help facilities come into compliance with this important industry standard.
Jun 22, 2017, 14:00
Jun 22, 2017, 16:30
EICC (Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition) is a nonprofit coalition of electronics companies committed to supporting the rights and wellbeing of workers and communities worldwide affected by the global electronics supply chain. Nowadays, the protocol established by EICC is a widely adopted supply chain assessment standard in the electronic industry. As a part of the industry, EICC audit enables you to demonstrate in being socially responsible to the society when bidding for international contracts or expanding locally to accommodate new business
SGS as your business partner, we are offering a free seminar on EICC overview in Shanghai, China, to help facilities come into compliance with this important industry standard.
Introduce EICC background
EICC Validated Audit Process, VAP
EICC audit requirements and differences from generic social audits
Suppliers who are new to EICC audit;
CSR manager in electronic industry;
Supply chain manager in electronic industry;
Factory manager in electronic factory;
Factory audit responsible person in electronic factory
To register, please fill out the enrolment form on the next page and send it back to SGS at least 5 working days prior to the event date.
SGS will email you with detailed arrangement information including seminar venue etc upon the receipt of your reply form.
Kindly please keep the reply form, and bring it to the reception desk along with your name card(s) on the seminar date.
SGS is entitled to cancel the seminar if the number of registers is less than 15 people.
For Enquiries and Registration
Ms Alexis Shu
T +86(0) 755 2532 8137
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