Detect human rights risks in your supply chain (Åpenhetsloven)
Comply with Åpenhetsloven, Norway’s Transparency Act
Too often, human rights abuses are the outcome of a lack of good governance in companies’ own operations and supply chains.
This guide helps companies covered by the Transparency Act to set up a process to identify, assess and track human rights risks in their supply chain that aligns with the OECD Due Diligence Guidelines to ultimately comply with the Act.
Learn more about:
- What are the requirements of Åpenhetsloven, Norway's Transparency Act?
- What are the consequences of non-compliance?
- How to set up a human rights risk assessment process aligned to the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Business
- How Worldfavor can help with your process
This guide aims to help companies covered by Åpenhetsloven, specifically:
- Larger enterprises that are resident in Norway and that offer goods or services in or outside Norway
- Larger foreign enterprises that offer goods or services in Norway, and that are liable to tax to Norway pursuant to internal Norwegian legislation.
Download this guide to learn how to align with Åpenhetsloven and how Worldfavor can help you!