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Social Accountability International (SAI)

Founded in 1997, Social Accountability International (SAI) is a global non-governmental organization with a mission to advance human rights at work. SAI’s vision is of decent work everywhere—sustained by an understanding that socially responsible workplaces benefit business while securing fundamental human rights. SAI empowers workers and managers at all levels of businesses and supply chains, using its multi-industry SA8000® Standard, as well as Social Fingerprint®, TenSquared, and other training and capacity-building programs. SAI is a leader in policy and implementation, working together with a diverse group of stakeholders, including brands, suppliers, governments, trade unions, non-profits, and academia.


Social Accountability International - Monthly Newsletter
SAI's newsletter is a monthly online publication, covering the latest news from SAI including CSR and supply chain management insight from the field...

SA8000 Revision Process: Public Consultation
SAI invites all interested parties to participate in the revision of the SA8000 standard.

Social Accountability International CSR & Supply Chain Management Training
Improving global working conditions is important for workers, and it’s important for businesses and consumers. As the field of social performance...

SA8000:2014 Standard Revision Update
The SA8000 Standard Revision Committee plans to finalize the SA8000:2014 version in Spring 2014

SAI Tools for Continual Improvement
Depending on what role you play in the supply chain, SAI provides general and specialized courses and tools to fit your needs. Some courses are tiered...

Social Accountability International- Corporate Programs
Key Lesson for Companies: Promote Continual Improvement SAI believes that management systems are the key to improving the labor standards performance...

Social Fingerprint®
Based on over a decade of experience, SAI's Social Fingerprint® Program is a suite of ratings, training, and toolkits, that help companies to...