ResponsibleSteel is a not-for-profit organisation, ResponsibleSteel is the industry’s first global multi-stakeholder standard and certification initiative. Welcoming members from every stage of the steel supply chain, we have developed an independent certification standard for steel sites and hope to have our first steel site certified in early 2021.
Steel is the world’s most widely used material and those who use it in the transport, automotive, infrastructure, packaging, construction, energy and white goods sectors have a growing expectation that the materials they work with are responsibly sourced and produced. ResponsibleSteels’ aim is to improve sustainability within the steel supply chain, through a global standard and certification programme for the entire sector, we will ensure businesses and consumers can be confident that the steel they use has been sourced and produced responsibly at every stage of the supply chain.
Our multi-stakeholder approach of bringing together civil society and business allows for discussion and collaboration between all stakeholders within the steel supply chain, along with their customers and other relevant parties are key to everything we do.
We feel that the partnership between the Australian Supply Chain School and ResponsibleSteel will be a great benefit to both parties, it will allow us to provide support on steel-related topics for the school and will give us a better understanding on key supply chain issues that the school specialises in.