Sustainability ISO 26000 Comparison Table

The ID Group has created a comparison table to explain our initiatives in accordance with the seven core subjects of the ISO26000 international standards.

Core subjects Issues Pages being referenced
Organizational governance Organizational governance Links
Human rights 1.Due diligence Links
2.Crisis situations in regards to human rights
3. Avoidance of complicity in human rights violations
4.Resolving grievances
5.Prohibition of discrimination; protection for the rights of vulnerable groups
6.Civil and political right
7.Economic, social and cultural rights
8. Fundamental principles and rights at work
Labor practices 1.Employment and employment relationships Links
2.Conditions of work and social protection
3.Social dialogue
4.Health and safety at work
5.Human development and training in the workplace
Environment 1.Prevention of pollution Links
2.Sustainable resource use
3.Climate change mitigation and adaptation
4.Protection of the environment, biodiversity and restoration of natural habitats
Consumer issues 1.Fair marketing, factual and unbiased information, and fair contractual practices Links
2.Ensuring consumers’ health and safety
3.Sustainable consumption
4.Consumer service, support, and resolution of complaints and disputes
5.Consumer data protection and privacy
6.Access to essential services
7.Education and awareness-raising activities
Fair business practices 1.Anti-corruption Links
2.Responsible political involvement
3.Fair competition
4. Promoting social responsibility in the value chain
5.Respect for property rights
Participation in the community and community growt 1.Community involvement Links
2.Education and culture
3.Employment creation and skills development
4.Technology development and access to technology
5.Wealth and income creation
7.Social investment