Responsible supply chain management at LEO Pharma covers the processes and systems we have in place to manage our supply chain responsibly and minimise the adverse impact our suppliers have in relation to human rights, anti-corruption and the environment. Responsible supply chain management is important as stakeholder expectations are rising in relation to this area, with increasing requirements from both international guidelines and legislation.
Furthermore, LEO Pharma needs to work actively with responsible supply chain management in order to reap the benefits that can be obtained through risk mitigation and collaborative partnerships. We therefore aim to know the social and environmental impact that we have on and through our supply chain, and actively work with our business partners to continually improve practices.
LEO Pharma is member of Danish Initiative for Ethical Trade and Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative.
Danish Initiative for Ethical Trade (DIEH) is a Danish based multi-stakeholder organisation “whose purpose is, through cooperation between different stakeholders, on a non-profit basis, to promote international trade that respects human- and labour rights, environmental considerations and contributes to global sustainable development by strengthening members’ efforts in ethical trade” (https://www.dieh.dk/about-dieh/)
For more information about DIEH please visit their website at https://www.dieh.dk/
The Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative (PSCI) is a group of pharmaceutical and healthcare companies who share a vision of better, social, environmental and economic outcomes in the communities where they buy. Through PSCI members can share knowledge and expertise across the industry to drive complex, global change more effectively than any one organization alone. PSCI is an industry collaboration established to promote responsible supply chain management and better business conditions across the industry. (https://pscinitiative.org/home)