Compliance

Reputational risk overtaking legal and compliance
In 2017, BP Kwinana Refinery in Western Australia “inadvertently” let unleaded petrol with high sulphur levels into its supply chain. © BP p.l.c.
BP Australia will test fuel quality to avoid prosecution
“When you cut corners in construction you are compromising safety,” said Duncan Brock. © John Keeble/Getty Images
Late payment threatens climate goals of construction sector
JLP's Better Jobs programme was based on the seven themes of the workplace, including the worker's voice. © Leon Neal/Getty Images
How John Lewis has given supplier workers a voice
Four ways to tackle compliance challenges
Kathy Betteridge, director of anti-trafficking and modern slavery at The Salvation Army, speaking at their supplier conference. © Adam King
Compliance list aims to raise the bar on slavery reporting
Pick up the phone and talk to your suppliers ©Getty Images/iStockphoto
Build a robust SAQ for supply chain security
Making the switch to sustainability ratings
Fruit trader acts over unfair contract terms
G4S has started a process to improve its supply chain visibility and measure vendors more effectively ©Bloomberg/Getty Images
G4S: environmental box-ticking will lose business
How to de-risk your supply chain
Government will name and shame suppliers breaching slavery law