Guidance on Social Responsibility (ISO 26000)
What is ISO 26000?
ISO 26000 is an international standard providing guidelines for social responsibility. The goal of ISO 26000 is to contribute to global sustainable development by encouraging business and other organizations to practice social responsibility to improve their impacts on their workers, natural environments and communities.
Who should implement ISO 26000?

Organizations in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, whether large or small, and whether operating in developed or developing countries can use ISO 26000 guidelines.

What are the key benefits of ISO 26000?

  • Enhances corporate image, credibility and competitiveness.
  • Attracts and retain workers or members, customers, clients and users.
  • Enhances employee morale, commitment and productivity.
  • Strengthens the relationships with interested parties including community.