Supply audit

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
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
The procurement system uses AI to find and fix PO problems, explains Wilson ©Vodafone
Interview: Ninian Wilson on Vodafone's digital transformation
Tunnelling began in 1987, requiring 11 boring machines and 15,000 construction workers ©Getty Images
Supply audit: the Channel Tunnel
Known as an Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU), the suit had to protect the astronauts from the Moon’s extreme climate ©NASA/Getty Images
Supply audit: Apollo 11 spacesuit
The iconic board's namesake, surf champ Gabriel Medina  ©Gualter Fatia/Getty Images
Supply audit: the Medina surfboard
The TRF investigation found that workers were paid an average of $1.54 daily after debt repayments, salary advances, and fees. © Palani Mohan/Getty Images)
Sri Lanka tea plantations under investigation for labour rights
PepsiCo and Nestle cut ties in 2018 following the allegations of palm oil slavery. © Fachrul Reza/Barcroft Media/Getty Images
Palm oil supplier loses RSPO certification
Strawberry needle inquiry says improve traceability
Oregon missed out on $1.6bn savings due to poor IT procurement
Bridget Jones is a well known wearer of body-shaping undergarments  ©AF archive/Alamy Stock Photo
Supply audit: Spanx pants