Global Standards and Report Guidelines

SBP360 qualitative assessments and/or quantitative metrics can help you prepare for reporting that will measure up with global standards and reporting guidelines. We have  developed assessments that measure up to the  most widely used sustainability reporting guidelines—standardized metrics for measuring and reporting economic, environmental, and social sustainability performance information.

SBP360s’ sustainability reports follow global standards and reporting guidelines for ensuring report quality with balance, comparability, accuracy, timeliness, clarity, and reliability. You assess, measure, benchmark, monitor, and report your sustainable business practices in six performance categories—Environmental, Human Rights, Labor Practices and Decent Work, Society, Product Performance, and Economic. You can provide the sustainable business practices reporting transparency shareholders and stakeholders demand, demonstrating your organizational commitment to sustainable development and validating your performance over time.

With SBP360 assessment and reporting tools and applications, you have web-based enterprise and supply chain reporting capabilities available to report for these global standards and reporting guidelines throughout your business ecosystem.

  • Environmental

    • Materials
    • Energy
    • Water
    • Biodiversity
    • Emissions, Effluents, & Waste
    • Products & Services
    • Compliance
    • Transport
    • Overall Expenditures
  • Human Rights

    • Investment and Procurement Practices
    • Non-Discrimination
    • Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
    • Child Labor
    • Forced and Compulsory Labor
    • Security Practices
    • Indigenous Rights
  • Labor Practices and Decent Work

    • Employment
    • Labor/Management Relations
    • Occupational Health and Safety
    • Training and Education
    • Diversity and Equal Opportunity
  • Society

    • Community
    • Corruption Risks
    • Public Policy
    • Anti-Competitive Behavior
    • Legal and Regulatory Compliance
  • Product Responsibility

    • Customer Health and Safety
    • Product and Service Labeling
    • Marketing Communications
    • Customer Privacy
    • Legal and Regulatory Compliance
  • Economic

    • Economic Performance
    • Market Presence
    • Indirect Economic Impacts