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SGS Productivity Methodological Guide – Valuation of Personnel Involvement
On many occasions, we observe that businesses with a low sales volume have big costs, or big businesses do not receive as many benefits as you would predict.
Spotlight on Standards: ISO 13485 (Medical Devices) and ISO 14001 (Environmental Management)
ISO 13485 is a globally recognized medical device certification standard to help you demonstrate that your management system meets product and regulatory requirements.
Forest Management Certification – Demonstrating Commitment to Responsible Forest Management
Forests are among our oldest natural resources. Rapid industrialization, population growth and agricultural practices have increased global wood consumption and exploitation of forests.
SGS Certifies ANSI to ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security
With ransomware attacks rising more than 50 percent in 2021 and signs of even greater cyber risk on the horizon, effective, enterprise-wide cybersecurity must be a priority for every organization.
How Can Consulting Support Supply Chains and Sustainable Systems of Continuous Improvement?
In the ever-evolving business world, simply focusing on growth is not enough to stay competitive. Any organization can adopt productivity methodology with digital transformation to achieve its sustainability goals.
The Rise and Challenges of ESG – Your Journey to Enhanced Sustainability, Brand and Investor Potential
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations have existed in various guises for decades, but are becoming more important to a multitude of stakeholders, including consumers, investors, credit rating agencies, lenders and regulators.
Indicating Trust and Transparency – The Digital Trust Label Launches Globally
The Swiss Digital Initiative (SDI), SGS and other partners have officially launched the Digital Trust Label (DTL) internationally to better highlight a company’s commitment to digital responsibility.
Electric Vehicle Suppliers – A New Direction for the Supply Chain
The drive by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to convert internal combustion engines (ICEs) to electric vehicles (EVs) continues to accelerate, creating a new and very different supply chain. And, with those new suppliers come new challenges.