The Supply Chain Act obliges internationally operating companies to strengthen the protection of human rights and the environment in their global supply chains. With CLARIUS.LEGAL's Comply Chain platform, you fulfil your obligations under the Supply Chain Act - efficiently and on time.
What does the law say?
The Supply Chain Act aims to improve the international human rights situation by setting requirements for responsible supply chain management. The law requires companies to have a sustained and informed overview of what is happening in the supply chain. Companies should take the law seriously, as it also contains enforcement mechanisms by the authorities. Fines range from € 100,000 to 2 per cent of average annual turnover.
Who must act in Germany?
Companies with more than 3,000 employees
Companies with more than 1,000 employees
These are the essential elements:
Automate the regular survey of your suppliers. The tool then creates a report and automatically feeds the result into the management system.
Here you will find reports, external messages and internal notes. You will also receive support in controlling and organising further action steps.
Use the automated collection and analysis of all notifications and other information, including comparison with the details of new suppliers and existing data.
A web crawler continuously searches for reports on human rights and environmental violations. Hits are fed into the risk database and compared.
Preparation & data collection
Start & risk analysis
Realisation & Risk Management
Execution & Contract Management
Further development & risk minimisation