APSCA aims to increase the value and effectiveness of independent social compliance audits by enhancing the professionalism, consistency and credibility of individuals and organizations performing them.
APSCA expects Member Firms to support the fair treatment and workplace conditions of its Member Auditors in accordance with the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights, being Protect, Respect and Remedy.
Safety, protection, and security of Member Auditors is an expectation of Member Firms and Member Auditors must ensure that they remain aware of their personal safety and security when conducting audits.
In order to share issues where Member Auditors have had their personal safety and security at risk, APSCA have started a page where Audit Firms can share when incidents have occurred.
APSCA will summarise and share brief highlights, maintaining the privacy of the audit firm and individual auditor, but noting the date, facility name, address and headlines of the incident. We will notify all members when a new incident has been uploaded to this password protected page. it is up to each firm to check this page.