This two-day training focuses on the \"step-by-step\" approach in CSR Reporting in local Malaysian setting that will provide balanced, comparable and accurate report revelant to Malaysian environment.
Customers, investors, and a wide range of stakeholders increasingly demand that companies disclose information on their environmental and social performance. Reporting is one of the tools employed by enterprises to inform the public of the impact that their operations and products have on their own employees, the environment and society at large.
A CSR report is also a diagnostic instrument to manage risks and set and monitor a company\'sstrategic goals. Hence, the report itself can be the starting point of an engagement process that sees companies working internally and externally towards social responsibilityIn order to assist companies in meeting increased calls for transparency and accountability, a number of CSR reporting guidelines and standards have been developed.
The GlobalReporting Initiative\'s Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, and the Institute of Social and EthicalAccountAbility\'s AA1000 Assurance Standard are two such guides..The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a multi-stakeholder initiative formed to develop globally applicable guidelines that can be used voluntarily by companies to report on their key economic, environmental, and social impacts.
The Guidelines cover disclosure ranging from acompany\'s strategy and management approach to its economic performance and marketpresence, materials, energy and water used, as well as emissions and waste produced. Itincorporates labour practices and basic rights, involvement with local community, as well as product responsibility to provide a complete picture of company behaviour.