EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive

With expectations for the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence directive to be ratified in 2024, do you have the knowledge and insight to ensure you comply?

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Understanding EU CS DDD

It is easy to feel overwhelmed by this new era of ESG supply chain regulation. New regulations are emerging across the globe, and it can be difficult to keep up. Download our short guide to explore an introduction to this directive, and key steps to ensuring you are compliant.

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How to improve your supply chain resilience and long-term sustainability

With a methodical risk based approach improving the overall sustainability of your organisation is possible.

Step 1: Identify and Prioritse Risk

Identify potential risks in the supply chain, such as forced labour, child labour, and environmental pollution.

Companies should prioritise risks based on their severity and likelihood of occurring.

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Step 2: Conduct Due Diligence

Once risks are identified, companies should conduct appropriate levels of due diligence on their suppliers to assess their compliance with relevant laws and standards.

This may include conducting audits, site visits, or engaging with stakeholders.

Step 3: Mitigate Risks

Companies must take steps to mitigate identified risks in their supply chains.

This may involve communicating and collaborating with suppliers to address non-compliance, terminating relationships with non-compliant suppliers, or providing training and capacity building.

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The number of people estimated to be living in Modern Slavery conditions in 2021
International Labour Organisation


Achilles: Building Sustainable Supply Chains

Our services are designed to reduce third-party risk and operational disruption to improve compliance - every step of the way.

If you would like to have more confidence in your ability to meet increasingly stringent supply chain due diligence requirements, find out more about working with Achilles, and see your supply chain risk management burden disappear and your reporting confidence skyrocket 


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The Achilles Supply Chain Resilience Index is a widely watched indicator of the global business climate. It combines Achilles’ own assessments of supplier performance as well as external supply chain frictions and price pressures. 

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