Åpenhetsloven is a law passed by the Norwegian Parliament in June 2021. It requires companies to take responsibility for human rights and decent working conditions in connection with producing goods and services in their supply chains.
Even the most experienced sustainability and supply chain professionals admit to feeling overwhelmed by this new era of ESG supply chain regulation and the information needed to demonstrate the impact their organisations are having on people and the planet. The Achilles Ultimate Guide to Åpenhetsloven is a comprehensive resource for helping companies to comply with the legislation.
Norway’s Åpenhetsloven requires organisations to take a due-diligence approach to the risk of modern slavery and child labour in the supply chain. But how far do you need to go and when is enough, enough?
Åpenhetsloven requires a methodical risk based approach that will also improve the overall sustainability of your organisation.
Achilles is the world-leading global supply chain risk management expert. We work with market-leading financial, industrial, commercial and governmental organisations requiring the serious, detailed analysis and expert insight necessary to deliver exceptional levels of Åpenhetsloven reporting confidence.
Prequalified supplier network
Access an extensive database of pre-qualified suppliers meeting the ESG and procurement regulations relevant to you.
ESG supply chain due diligence
Achilles uniquely rigorous validation is the best way to fully achieve Åpenhetsloven compliance.
ISO14064-1 accredited certification scheme, fully aligned to SBTi, CDP and TCFD and proven to reduce your carbon footprint by up to 50% in less than 6 years.
Statement of Assurance
Comprehensive verification and validation of sustainability claims in the context of sustainability-linked loans.
Find out more about working with Achilles, and see your supply chain risk management burden disappear and your reporting confidence skyrocket.