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Act on Corporate Due Diligence Obligations in Suppply Chains

The Act on Corporate Due Diligence Obligations in Supply Chains requires companies to comprehensively protect human rights and the environment along their supply chains. The legal requirements are interdisciplinary, which means that various corporate divisions can be involved in tackling this task. Along supply chains, human rights and environmental measures must be adequately taken into account. Companies with more than 3,000 employees are particularly obligated to do so, but suppliers are also obligated to address measures taken by these companies to their suppliers. With our experience from different sectors, companies and authorities, we can support companies in the targeted implementation of due diligence requirements.

Our services cover the following areas:

  • We provide support in establishing the prescribed structures such as risk management and risk analysis, defining the position of the human rights officer and, adapted to the company, implementing the integration of this function in practice. In addition to these requirements, there are others, such as preventive measures or the complaints procedure, the entirety of which we map in our advisory services so that companies can optimally implement all legal requirements.

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