For the third time since publication 2010 the ISO members (160+ country members) have been asked whether their stakeholders want to i) Confirm (i.e. keep as is) ii) Revise/amend iii) Withdraw the standard ISO 26000. This “systematic review” is done… Read More »Systematic review 2020/21
European standard: ISO26000 is adopted as a CEN-standard. 21 October 2020 the stakeholder consultation process in the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) finally decided that ISO 26000 is approved as a CEN-standard. This means, in short, that all CEN members… Read More »ISO 26000 adopted as European standard.
The Technical Management Board (TMB) of ISO has analyzed the result of the ballot on the proposal from France to set up an international ISO technical committee (TC) on Social Responsbility (SR). Their conclusion is that a temporary TMB Task… Read More »ISO decision on “TC SR”
10 years after publication, ISO 26000 will be celebrated both locally and globally during fall 2020. Here are some examples: ISO: the very well visited website iso.org will highlight ISO 26000 ISO 26000 SGN is organizing a 10 Year ISO… Read More »ISO 26000 celebrating 10 years 2020
The national standards body in France, AFNOR, has submitted a proposal to the ISO membership to create a new ISO technical committee (TC) on social responsibility (SR). The proposed scope of work: Standardization in the field of Social Responsibility to… Read More »New committee on SR proposed
The NSB in Brazil has developed its own national certifiable standard based on ISO 26000. It is called ABNT NBR 16001 and there is a great brochure that explains how the international standard relates to the national standard.
After 9 years of local negotiations between stakeholders in India consensus has been reached: ISO 26000:2010 Guidance on Social Responsibility is adopted as a national standard. The standard was adopted as it was originally worded with one exception, the long… Read More »India adopts ISO 26000 as national standard