NCAB Group Approved for ISO 26000 – Guidance on Social Responsibility


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NCAB Group, one of the world’s largest suppliers of printed circuit boards (PCBs) with headquarters in Sweden, is proud to announce that the company has completed a self-declaration – social responsibility according to ISO 26000.

ISO 26000 is an international standard, and it is not yet possible to be certified under this standard, but companies can issue a self-declaration that they will adhere to it. The credibility of the self-declaration and compliance with real conditions has been verified by the SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden. The self-declaration consists of a statement by the management and answers to the 80 questions from the SIS SP 2:2013, based on SS-ISO 26000:2010.

The areas covered by the standard are organizational governance, human rights, labor practices, the environment, fair operating practices, consumer/customer issues, as well as community involvement and development. “By implementing ISO 26000, we ensure that these issues become a natural part of our daily work and are absorbed into our management system,” said Anna Lothsson, Strategic Purchasing Manager, NCAB Group.

About NCAB Group

NCAB Group was founded in 1993 in Sweden, and is one of the leading PCB suppliers in the world. Today, NCAB Group is established in; Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Russia, Germany, Poland, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Macedonia, China and the USA. 

For more information about NCAB Group please visit us at www.ncabgroup.com.

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