Monitoring and Evaluation

Companies must also consider human rights risk potentially caused by supply chain relationships, particularly in the use of subcontractors.

Monitoring and evaluation are necessary to ensure continually improving performance, and are a central component of any management system for risk management and quality assurance of service delivery, such as ANSI/ASIS PSC.1 and ISO 18788. They represent the Check phase of the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle at the heart of management system standards. Monitoring and evaluating supply chain risks helps companies avoid causing or contributing to adverse human rights impacts and may prevent and mitigate adverse impacts they are directly linked to by a business relationship.

Human Analytics assists its clients with ongoing monitoring and evaluation of their operations. We offer services to help conduct internal audits of management systems and evaluate the effectiveness of risk responses. For clients seeking to carry out reviews of their compliance to specific standards they subscribe to, we conduct evaluations to measure adherence and recommend corrective measures to improve future performance.