The company of the 21st century can no longer design a strategy that generates negative social, societal or environmental impacts. It must provide guarantees on its global and sustainable performance. Compliance with regulations is insufficient, the improvement of existing organizations and ways of thinking does not create the necessary breakthroughs.
By integrating CSR into an existing QSE structure and creating a responsible SMI (*), the company can develop new fundamentals without generating a new organization or unbalancing its operational processes.
(*) IMS: Integrated Management Systems
Since the 80s, the quality approach has accompanied companies in their search for performance.
Often limited to regulatory aspects, safety and environment have been the subjects of separate approaches before migrating into a single integrated, balanced and optimized system. This same integrated system can serve as a springboard for CSR initiatives.
An organization that has a QSE management system has the managerial culture and a structure necessary for the deployment of a CSR approach.
After having diagnosed your QSE management system and its maturity, Bridging will establish with you a road map for integrating CSR into your strategic and operational processes.