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Working Conditions and Human Rights training should include details of a company's expectations, policies and procedures in this area. As a result of undertaking training, a company can enhance human rights compliance, raise awareness and encourage best practice across company activities.


Training can add human rights knowledge and understanding to an individual's responsibilities. Training could be role-specific (e.g. training for buyers, managers, employees, etc.), topic specific (e.g. on working hours, working conditions, harassment, non-discrimination, etc.), or cover different formats (e.g. coaching/mentoring, lectures, group discussion and activities, workshops, e-learning, courses, etc.).


1. Go to your dashboard on SupplierAssurance
2. Find the questionnaire you have been working on by using the search functionality
3. Select 'Respond' and progress to reference 5b by selecting 'Next'
4. Select 'Yes' and select 'Choose File' and upload your Working Conditions and Human Rights Policy Training Evidence

If you have any further questions regarding the SupplierAssurance platform, please use our Live Web chat where our support team will be happy to assist you with further information and guidance.

NQC will aim to respond to all support queries within 2 working days.

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