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Auditor briefing审核简报
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Auditor briefing document for use in Understanding Responsible Sourcing Audit Pilots: 1 Oct 2014
The RS auditors are skilled in assessing health & safety, human rights and labour law violations and they can apply their auditor skills to assess Fundamental Principle 11/12, so the assessment of Fundamental Principle 11 should be focussed on the following:
Awareness of the suppler to the topic and the potential for impact to them
oUnilever will send these 2 briefing documents to the suppliers who will be in the pilot audits and request that they complete a gap analysis in advance of the audit. Document 1 is a general awareness document and Document 2 goes into more detail on how to apply the due diligence, where applicable.
Determine if the supplier has a proactive-due diligence- approach to potential future impacts.
oAs a minimum the supplier should recognise the need to apply due diligence if they embark on “land change”. The supplier should be able to explain how they would manage the assessment of impacts and implement action. This should include how
they would access expert guidance on the topic.
oThere should be a statement in their business policy to recognise the need for free prior and informed consent and zero tolerance of land grabbing.
If suppliers have been impacted by change in land use (recently *): In addition to having the commitments in their business policy, they need to confidently discuss (and demonstrate through documentation) what they applied at the time. (For the purpose of pilot, recent= within 5 years)
For example: If they are on a green-field site or have made changes to their footprint or site use in the (last 5 years), the supplier should be able to explain how the land rights were managed. The supplier should be confident to describe the due diligence process that they applied and there should be documentation covering, for example –
How did they determine the legal requirements they had to meet?
        Evidence of the methodology applied to ensure all legal requirements and personal/community requirements( of those affected)were met
Formal signed documentation/ permits etc
        Minutes from meetings held with stakeholders and those impacted by the development
        Evidence demonstrating that all parties were given the right to be heard and there was a system for grievances to be submitted without fear of retribution
Evidence that language and cultural needs were recognised and respected
        In countries where women’s rights to own land are critical – if it impacted the given example, is there evidence that this was recognised and respected?
In Summary: We are looking for a supplier to acknowledge the seriousness of this topic and is willing to implement a proactive approach to future requirements. The auditor will not be expected to deep dive into all of the evidence but should make an informed assessment of what is presented, e.g. formal signatures/ dates/ frequency of meetings / evidence of conclusions being reached etc.
Where there is lack of evidence or a general assessment of a sub standard approach taken by the supplier - the auditor should record this and we will address next steps from the report. We recognise that where a supplier is impacted by change of land use that impacts vulnerable or indigenous people that there may be a need for a follow up assessment by a specialist in the subject, which goes beyond the scope of this audit.

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