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It is a Quality Management System Practices. With the aim of ensuring that the organization can achieve its goal and deliver the products or services that meet client's quality requirements. These standards requirements are generic regardless of what your organization does, its size or whether it is private sector unit or public sector unit. We have helped more than 100 plus companies from various industries over last 1.5 decade of our consulting team have widest experience on the same.



It is an environmental certification, where all Environmental risks have to be identified, classified and mitigated with. We provide detailed step by step guidance for understanding, implementing and conquering the certification process..



It is certification to establish safe workplaces, again based on Risk Management Over the period of 1.5 Decade we have helped many companies and factories to be certified as safe places of work.



This certification is governed by certain legislation European Union (EU) concerning rules of health and food hygiene and safety emphasis on the own responsibility of the Manufacturer and Suppliers for the hygiene and safety of the foodstuffs. We have industry specific experts to guide on standard requirements.



GMP refers to the Good Manufacturing Practice Regulations promulgated by the US Food and Drug Administration under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. Which have the force of law, require that manufacturers, processors, and packagers of drugs, medical devices and food products to take proactive steps to ensure that their products are safe, pure and effective. GMP regulations require a quality approach to manufacturing. Enabling companies to minimize or eliminate instances of contamination, mix-ups and errors..


BIS Hallmarking centre

Government of India' has identified BIS a sole agency In India to operate this scheme. BIS hallmarking Scheme is voluntary in nature and is operating under BIS Act, Rules and Regulations. The recognition to an Assaying and Hallmarking Centre is given against BIS criteria.



Walmart supplier code is a supplier selection / qualification standard established and owned by Walmart for ensuring implementation Health, safety and social justice standard by their suppliers (Vendors). 3 categories of audit Ethical Sourcing, Security audit as per C-TPAT and Factory Capability and capacity audit. These audits are based on system provides guidelines on Social ACCOUNTABILITY, Equal justice, benefits and facilities, which has to be forwarded to workers; it is a non-accredited certification, audited under the guidance of social security committee.



This certification system provides guidelines on Social Accountability, Equal Justice, Benefits and facilities, which has to be provided to workers. It is a non-accredited certification audited under the guidance of Social Security Committee.



CE Marking is the symbol as shown on the top of this page. The letters "CE" are the abbreviation of French phrase "Conformity Europeans" which literally means "European Conformity". The term initially used was "EC Mark" and it was officially replaced by "CE Marking" in the Directive 93/68/EEC in 1993. "CE Marking" is now used in all EU official documents.



It is an industry specific certificate launched by De Beers group. Its annual audit program. Standard is based on SA-8000, ISO-9001, ISO-14000 & OHSAS-18001.



P.I. Audits are Mine to market certification system owned and developed by De Beers group. Mainly it’s a Diamond traceability throughout the manufacturing cycle. Audited by SGS India. Differ active programs are FM,

  • DB CoO,
  • De Beers Origin &
  • Tracer,

Responsible Jewellery Council - COP

The Responsible Jewellery Council is a not-for-profit, standards setting and certification organisation. It has more than 1500 Member companies that span the jewellery supply chain from mine to retail. RJC Commercial member need to be audited within 2 years of membership.



The Responsible Jewellery COC works on the principle of Block Chain and provided end to end traceability for goods and gives assurance to customer for origin and ethical compliance.



The Signet Responsible Sourcing Protocols (SRSPs) are guides for Signet suppliers to ensure that all products which include gold, tin, tungsten, and tantalum provided to Signet are conflict-free. These protocols identify criteria suppliers must meet to verify their products as “conflict-free” and are based on existing and harmonized industry guidance and standards including the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) due diligence guidance.



The Sedex platform is designed for suppliers to share one audit with multiple customers, meeting multiple requirements and reducing duplication and audit fatigue. In order to use the platform, companies must register as a member to Sedex and add their Sites of Employment in the system

4 pillars of Sedex is – Labour Standards, Health & Safety, Environment and Business Ethics.b


Amfori- BSCI

Amfori BSCI is a social audit conducted by third party on behalf of customer , Membership is sponsored by customer Undergo a semi-announced or unannounced audit visit. Receive a corrective action plan, followed by corrective phase to improve compliance.


COSTCO Wholesale

Costco GMP(Good Manufacturing Practices) & Social audit is the pre requirements of customer for all its supplies and these audits are required to be unannounced. The audit must be conducted within a 90-day


ESG & CO2 Footprint

A carbon footprint assessment is a systematic evaluation of the total amount of greenhouse gases, particularly carbon dioxide (CO2), and other carbon compounds that are emitted directly or indirectly by an individual, organization, event, or product throughout its lifecycle. The purpose of a carbon footprint assessment is to quantify the impact of human activities on the environment in terms of their contribution to climate change. Here's a brief overview of the key components and steps involved in a carbon footprint assessment:

  • Scope -1: Direct emissions from owned or controlled sources (e.g., combustion of fossil fuels in company-owned vehicles).
  • Scope 2: Indirect emissions from the generation of purchased energy (e.g., electricity and heat).
  • Scope 3: Indirect emissions from the entire value chain, including both upstream and downstream activities (e.g., supply chain, transportation, and product use).
Reporting and Communication:

Summarize the findings in a comprehensive report that includes the total carbon footprint and emission breakdown by scope.