Audit standards

Since introduction of the German label for environmentally-sound products the Blue Angel (Blauer Engel) in 1978, more than 300 labels have been founded attesting environmental sustainability of products, fair trade or favourable working conditions in production of foodstuff or consumer products.

In addition, there are numerous often similar audit standards (like BSCI or SA8000) and formats for sustainability reporting (UN Global Compact, GRI-G4 of the Global Reporting Initiative). We support our clients in integrating sustainability efforts in CSR reporting, thereby creating CSR transparence with cost-effective instruments.

In addition, some companies opt to develop their own product-specific audit standards in order to assess sector-specific issues and document and control improvement processes. This allows communicating CSR efforts comprehensively and will thus contribute to a market advantage.

DuniaNet experts are experienced in developing audit standards and we provide strategic advice in this regard. We check availability of public co-financing for processes leading to sector-specific labels. You are invited to contact us. We are looking forward to discussing your ideas and needs.