CHAS rolls out latest supply chain risks tool

Supply chain risk management organisation, CHAS has introduced a new solution designed to enables buyers and suppliers to demonstrate their regulatory compliance around health and safety, environmental issues, modern slavery, diversity, equality and inclusion across the supply chain.

CHAS Elite is regularly updated with the latest changes in regulations, enabling organisations to identify potential risks early on and take steps to mitigate them before they become damaging or disruptive.

Managing director of the organisation, Ian McKinnon, said: “We believe that CHAS Elite has the potential to transform how businesses approach supply chain risk management, enabling buyers and suppliers to demonstrate their compliance across a wider range of environmental, social and corporate governance regulations in a single platform.

“By providing a comprehensive view of supplier performance, CHAS Elite is helping organisations to drive continuous improvement and ensure that their supply chains are compliant, efficient and reliable, whilst also enabling our community of more than 32,000 contractors to show they take their risk management responsibilities seriously.”

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