Apply Now to Develop the GRI Standard on Occupational Health and Safety
Does your organization use the GRI Standards to report on its occupational health and safety management and impacts? Do you have transparency requirements that you would like the GRI Standards to address? Help the Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB) develop and update GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety so that it is even more effective for your needs!
GRI is looking for business, investor, civil society and labor constituents to participate in upcoming Project Working Groups that will review and update the GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety Standard in 2017. The Working Groups aim to ensure that the content of the revised Standards incorporates the needs of a wide variety of reporters and other stakeholders. As a result, the Standards will continue to represent internationally-agreed best practice and recent developments for managing and reporting on these topics.
To get involved, please respond to the open call for Project Working Group nominations, before the before the quickly approaching 19 February deadline. You can also sign up to stay informed about the projects, including upcoming public comment opportunities.
Read more about current and future Standards reviews on our website, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
GRI provides the world’s most trusted and widely used sustainability reporting standards, helping organizations and their stakeholders make better decisions based on information that matters. There are thousands of GRI reporters in more than 90 countries, and over 40 countries and regions currently reference GRI in their policies. All of GRI’s activities are underpinned by a unique multi-stakeholder approach, which ensures the participation and expertise of diverse stakeholders in the development of its Standards. GRI’s mission is to empower decision makers everywhere, through its Standards and multi-stakeholder network, to take action towards a more sustainable economy and world.