Consulting Audit and services of Code of conduct audit (CCA), Social Accountability, Code of conduct Code of conduct audit (CCA) – Social Accountability, Code of conduct, Social Accountability standards

Vital Consulting provides guidance, documentation, implementation services for  Code of conduct audit (CCA), Social Accountability, Code of conduct .
Code of conduct audit (CCA) – Social Accountability, Code of conduct, Social Accountability standards, India. Kerlng Coc Audit Advisory Service in Dwarka Mod, New Delhi

Vital consulting have been  leading Internal Management Audit   providing Internal Auditing and providing consultance and documenattion for Kerlng Coc Audit Advisory Service in Dwarka Mod, New Delhi, Delhi.

Vital also provides Bayer Coc Audit Advisior Services in Dwarka Mod, New Delhi Accredium Global Compliance Services LLP – Offering Bayer Coc Audit Advisior. like SEDEX, BSCI and Social Compliance Audit & certification consultancy in Coc Audit Aduit Advisior Services in Dwarka Mod, New Delhi  Internal Management Audit Internal Auditing

Vital provides implimenattion, Training, Profeesional services of  Coc Audit Aduit Advisiory  like SEDEX, BSCI and Social Compliance Audit & certification consultancy in COC Consultant India | SMETA Consultant | CTPAT Consultant .


In Social Compliance( COC) Consultant Delhi,India, Vital provides  Spectrum of social audit consultancy provide by Vital Consuling  solutions. Spectrum of Social audit services offered by us inclding CoC internal audit checklist , FSC , PEFC , CoC ., Chain of Custody Consultancy. drafting Chain of Custody Checklist for use in conducting internal audits against the FSC and PEFC Scheme requirements for Indiam MSME.

Benefits in Implementing ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems for Organizations in India.

Vital Consulting have been pioneer in Implementing the ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems for Organizations in India.

Vital provides System Certification for various Standards  for Institution  for Environmental  and Sustainable Development,  Implementing ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems for Organizations in India. 

The rate of complying for ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems (EMS) certification has been generally slow in Indian  Organizations compared to the adoption of other popular management systems certifications like ISO 9001 Quality Management System and ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System. In India ,  the awareness on the benefits of having this certification for an organization is also at very low level and limited  upto getting the certifications only. . The vital consulting has  been helping the MSME to  used to adopt ISO 14001 by making them aware of the benefits gained by implementing the ISO 14001 and limitations faced by the organizations in implementing and maintaining this certification were also evaluated to get a better understanding on this problem.  The vital consulting have imlememted morethan EMS systesm which  have  been  certified for ISO 14001 Environmental Management System by global Standards which are member body of International Organization for Standardization (ISO).



Most of the organizations certified are in large and medium scale business ventures. The results clearly indicated that the most significant potential driver to implement ISO 14001 EMS, is to improve the image of the organization. Results further showed that ISO 14001 could be used as a marketing tool that intends to reduce environmental impacts while enhancing regulatory compliance. The greatest limitation that the organizations faced was to change the attitudes and practices of workers. High design cost is ranked as the next highest limitation in Environmental management system; Environmental performance; Compliance


ISO 14001 International standard specifies the requirements for an environmental management system that an organization can use to enhance its environmental performance [1].

Growing environmental concerns beginning from the 1960s to the 1970s saw many governments tightening regulations for protecting the environment [2]. In recent years, there has been significant awareness of global environmental problems like ozone depletion, global warming, and climate change [3].

According to National Disaster Management Authority of India, in May 2015, India was hit by its second deadliest heat wave on record, and fifth deadliest in world history, with more than 2500 killed [4].

In Sri Lanka, the atmospheric temperature is expected to rise from 1.1°C to 2.4°C by 2100, depending on the emission scenario. Rainfall is projected to increase by 48% for the southwest monsoon by 2050, which affects the wetter southern part of the country, while the northeast monsoon, which occurs in the drier northern region, is expected to decrease by 27% to 29%. Therefore, the wet zone is expected to become wetter and the dry zone drier with climate change [5].

The main purpose of an EMS is to systematically control adverse environmental impacts and ensure that established objectives and target are met. An environmental management system (EMS) is one of the tools which firms can use to voluntarily implement environmental policy. EMS is a formal management system aimed at continual environmental improvement [6].

ISO 14001 is designed for any organization wishing to demonstrate to customers, insurers, regulators, and the public and financial institutions, that the organization is committed to effective environmental management. It consists of a number of interrelated elements that function together to help a firm manage, measure and improves the environmental aspects of its operation. These elements include creating environmental policies, setting objectives and targets, implementing programs to achieve those objectives and targets, monitoring and measuring the effectiveness of the programs, correcting problems if any and reviewing the programs and their overall improvement thereof [7].

There are several unanswered questions regarding what drives organizations to adopt ISO 14001 EMS. Other questions include whether these drivers differ according to the type of business sector i.e. manufacturers, service providers or others (neither manufacturing nor service providers); whether there is any relation between the potential drivers and benefits for ISO 14001 EMS and also whether there is any relation between the potential drivers and limitations in implementing ISO 14001 EMS. In order to answer these questions a questionnaire survey was used to collect data from ISO 14001 certified organizations covering sectors categorized as manufacturing, service and other in India

Organizations and ISO 14001 environmental management system

International organization for standardization (ISO) describes ISO 14001 is an internationally agreed standard that sets out the requirements for an environmental management system. It helps organizations improve their environmental performance through more efficient use of resources and reduction of waste, gaining a competitive advantage and the trust of stakeholders. The revised version of ISO 14001 is ISO 14001: 2015 [8]. It requires environment management to be more prominent within the organization’s strategic direction, a greater commitment from leadership, the implementation of proactive initiatives to protect the environment from harm and degradation, such as sustainable resource use and climate change mitigation, a focus on life cycle thinking to ensure consideration of environmental aspects from development to end of life and a stakeholder focused communication strategy [1].

When organizations aim to implement ISO 14001 EMS many different aspects have to be considered. According to Hale [9] an EMS is a framework established by the top scale of the management with the objective of gaining and maintaining control over the company’s activities.

Potential drivers for organizations in adopting ISO 14001 EMS

Fryxell and Szeto [10] clearly state that decisions to develop and implement EMSs are also a response to external forces influencing operation of firms. Some of these external drivers suggested by Morrow and Rondinelli [11] are increased investor confidence and giving company international competitive advantage; customer pressure for environmental stewardship; peer pressure among companies who are involved in the same business sector; and the growing interest of corporate stakeholders outside of a firm such as regulatory agencies, insurance companies and financial institutions. Fryxell and Szeto [10] cited improved regulatory compliance; increased market share; response to customer pressure and access to markets; and cost reductions from improved efficiencies. Sohal and Prajogo [12] cited reasons/drivers for implementing ISO14001 in Australian and New Zealand organizations as, Natural continuation from a previous standard (i.e. ISO 9001); to build synergies among management systems; to build competitive advantage; to improve efficiency and control in the operations; to match competitor’s actions; to comply with government policy or regulations; to meet customer demands; to improve image and social impact and to improve environmental performance. Top management have a critical role in making sure that EMS is successfully implemented and are the main drivers of EMS implementation [1].

Limitations that organizations face in implementing ISO 14001 EMS

Benefits are important in promoting EMS but the limitations to implementation must be acknowledged and addressed in order to minimize them. The adoption of an EMS is a complicated procedure where difficulties can appear in the different stages, acting as barriers for implementation [13].

Benefits for organizations in implementing ISO 14001 EMS

Hillary [14] identified there were two sets of benefits differentiated as internal and external benefits. The internal benefits, internal positive outcomes from the implementation of an EMS, presented by Hillary [14] are classified into three main groups of organizational, financial and people benefits. Organizational benefits include improved environmental performance as a result of enhanced environmental information, sense of environmental responsibility and strategic overview of environmental issues. Financial benefits such as cost savings through efficient use of material, energy and waste reductions were also reported. The people benefits included better company image and improved dialogue between staff and management.

The external benefits described as external positive outcomes from the implementation of an EMS were classified as commercial, environmental and communication benefits.

The commercial benefits were gaining new customers, satisfying existing customers and developing more environmental friendly products. Hillary’s [14] study (Cited in Dladla, [15]) reported that the external environmental benefits were the improved environmental performance, assured legal compliance and increased recycling as well as reduced pollution. Lastly the communication benefits were that of creating a positive public image, developing a better customer relationship, and developing a better cooperation and relationship with regulators.

Sohal and Prajogo [12] cited the most improvements/benefits on implementing ISO14001 in Australian and New Zealand organizations as, reducing environmental hazards; improving environmental performance and waste management.

Studies on the benefits of implementing ISO 14001 EMS have been researched by many researchers .. Study conducted in Australia claimed that the most significant benefit that an organization gained through the implementation of ISO 14001 EMS is cost reduction . On the other hand, a study in Sweden reported that the most significant benefit for organizations in Sweden is improved corporate image  There is also another study conducted in Australia and New Zealand which showed that the most significant benefits experienced by organizations are morale building within the organization and fulfilling of the customer expectations . The different findings in these studies showed that organizations in different countries experience different types of benefits and this could be due to the different culture in each country and organizational expectations

Top management may have to identify critical success factors that suites their organization because each organization are unique having their very own organizational behaviors .

BRC (British Retail Consortium) – Food safety Management System Certification FSSC 22000 – Food Safety Management System

Vital Consulting provides Consultancy Services and have  been one of the top  GMP Consultant in North india  provide unique ISO Consultancy & Certification services for all corporate companies, small and medium industries. Our complete range of ISO services will increase your productivity and profit in a global level.


We have extensive experience in the following Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting areas:

  • BRC (British Retail Consortium) – Food safety Management System  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting Certification,
  • FSSC 22000 – Food Safety Management System  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Parameter)  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting / ISO 22000  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
    GMP+ Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting for Feed Industries
  • Safe Quality Food (SQF) – FSMS certification  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • GlobalGAP (Good Agriculture Practices) Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • Environmental Management System – ISO 14001  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series – OHSAS 18001 Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • Quality Management System for Automotive Industries – ISO / TS 16949 Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • Quality Management System – ISO 9001  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • Quality Management System for Medical Devices – ISO 13485
  • Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting  Implementation, documentation , audit  and consulting
  • We are expertise in providing Integrated Management System by combining two or three certifications by uni-documentation approach.

Training in Six Sigma,Total Quality management,  House keeping method – 5s, Lean Manufacturing System, Concept and Implementation of Poke yoke, Kaizan and Kanban, Good Manufacturing Processes and Good Hygienic practices

Vital Consulting is proud to offer an extensive range of training in various fields. We hold an advanced infrastructure that helps the clients to receive appropriate and adequate training in systems. Our in-depth knowledge and documentation understanding meets the customer’s expectation and requirement.

Vital consuliting provides  Training in Six Sigma,Total Quality management,  House keeping method – 5s, Lean Manufacturing System, Concept and Implementation of Poke yoke, Kaizan and Kanban, Good Manufacturing Processes and Good Hygienic practices

BRC Certification Quality Services in India . BRC Certification


Vital provides  BRC Certification Quality Services in India . BRC Certification was developed by the British Retail Consortium, the BRC Global Standard outlines the requirements imposed by British retailers for food product safety. Almost all retailers in Great Britain stipulate that their suppliers must hold BRC certification.  Vital provides ISO, HACCP, BRC, FSMS, TS 16949, Food Safety, GMP Consultant  and also offers  consulting services in Chennai and Bangalore. against ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, HACCP, FSSC 22000, BRC in India Chennai, Bangalore .


Vital offers BRC Food / Packaging Certification Consulting standard-food-certification BRC implementation steps, certification consuling procedures for food organizations in BRC Food and Packing System Certification Consultancy in India. for British Retail Consortium (BRC) | Food Safety . Vital  provides BRC (British Retail Consortium) Global Standard for Food Safety. This is ensures  BRC Service Description EN (CHANGES MARKED).
BRC Certification Consultant In India | British Retail Consortium BRC-Food and BRC-IOP BRC Packaging Certification, Registration, Implementation, Documentation Consultant in India. If a supplier gains certification against the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety, it assures the customer that they are dealing with a company that reaches high levels of competence in all critical areas.
Vital provides BRC – Global Standard Food Safety – Awareness .-for-food-safety-awareness Training Services BRC – Global Standard Food Safety – Awareness Training . The training is for anyone involved in the development, implementation and BRC – Global Standard for Food Safety – Internal Auditor .

Vital provides Training Services BRC – Global Standard for Food Safety – Internal Auditor Training  Implementing the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) approved BRC   BRC Storage and Distribution | India – BSI Group
BRC-Storage-and-Distribution.  Vital offers BRC Global Standard for Storage and Distribution certification  from manufacturer to retailer (or food service company in the case of food).  The starting point for effective implementation of the Standard is the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety in India.

This Standard allows the chain of product certification to be completed, from primary processor to manufacturer, and from manufacturer to retailer (or food service  implementation
Vital provides Brc Global Standard For Food Safety in Poonithura Post, Kochi, . › Food Safety Management Service.


Vital offers Brc Global Standard For Food Safety in  In India As Well As Global. By implementing brc food standard food safety management system, any organization get iso  SQF, BRC, FSSC 22000,  assessments. Includes templates, worked examples. Step-By-Step Instructions and  Management Consulting‎

BRC Implementation services in gujarat

  • The British Retail Consortium (or BRC) is one of the leading trade associations in the United Kingdom. BRC Implementation service is the best services in Gujarat.  BRC Implementation is very important for all food related companies .They represent all forms of retailers from small, independently owned stores, to big chain stores and department stores
    Food safety is a global concern. Not only because of the continuing importance for public health, but also because of its impact on international trade. Effective Food Safety Systems shall therefore manage and ensure the safety and suitability of foodstuffs.

    Food Safety Hazard:
    A biological, chemical or physical agent that is reasonably likely to cause illness or injury in the absence of its control

    Biological Hazard

  1. Pathogenic mcro organisms (e.g., bacteria, viruses)
  2. Parasites

Physical Hazards

  1. Metal, glass, etc

Chemical Hazard

  1. Natural toxins
  2. Chemical
  3. Pesticides
  4. Drug residues
  5. Unapproved food and colour additives
  6. Decomposition (safety only, e.g., histamine)
  • The standard was developed to assist retailers in their fulfilment of legal obligations and protection of the consumer, by providing a common basis for the audit of companies supplying retailer branded food products.
    Benefits of Implementing BRC Global Standard – Food:-
  1. Promote best practices
  2. Improve supplier standards and consistency, and avoid product failure
  3. Eliminate multiple audits of food manufacturers such as product development, or specific quality issues.
  4. Support retailer objectives at all levels of the manufacturing supply chain
  5. Provide concise information to assist with due diligence defence

C-TPAT Implementation services in Maharashtra


More than 1 lac Terrotorist attacks have been carried out across globe out of which around 2700 incidents in USA killing millions of innocent people in last decades. Terrorists are using different ways and means to carryout attacks, These incidences have spread up in other parts of the world but in USA these have been reduced drastically since 9/11 due to the precaution taken in every part of life. C-TPAT is the one certifying activity carried out to prevent terrorism by keeping strict checking on the imported goods. C-TPAT is widely recognized as one of the most effective means of providing the highest level of cargo security through close cooperation with international supply chain businesses, In exchange CBP provides reduced inspections at the port of arrival and expedited processing at the border.

C-TPAT Opportunities

C-TPAT implementation services is the best service in  maharashtra . Implementation is very important for all companies. C-TPAT continuously monitors how internal and external factors affect the achievement of goals and ultimately the success of the program. Monitoring these factors, and developing strategies for mitigating them, is accomplished through an analysis of stakeholders, as well as internal and external strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the C-TPAT program and its operating environment.

C-TPAT Implementation Process

It is a ten step implementation process which is as follows;

Identify Organization’s C-TPAT Category (Nine Certifications)
The organisations
Identify Executive Management Committee (Owners of Program)
Identify C-TPAT Project Manager (Facilitator/Program Manager)
Identify C-TPAT Coordinator
Identify Facility Security Leads
Identify Internal C-TPAT Organization (Subject matter Experts)
Write:  Security Awareness & Accountability Policy (Ownership & Overview)
Create & Write:   Company Security Profile
Physical Security Review (Create Self-Audit Process & Implement Self-Audit it)
Implement C-TPAT Application Process:
Organization Reference & Summary
Self-Assessment & Security Profile (Questionnaire)
Appendix(s): Identify U.S. Locations, Non-U.S.Locations, Transportation Providers.
GAP Analysis of Security Program & Improvement Program
Organization’s SCS Policy Statements (Promises)
CBP C-TPAT Agreement to Voluntarily Participation
 Initiate CBP C-TPAT Portal
Create & Write:   SCS Implementation Policy (Company Procedures)
Create & Write:   SCS Systems Manual (Reference Document to C-TPAT)
Create & Write:   C-TPAT Requirements (SOP’s)
Container/Trailer Security (Seal Program)
Physical Access Controls (Employees, Visitors, Mail, Unauthorized Entry)
Personnel Security (Pre-Employment, Backgrounds, Terminations )
Procedural Security (Shipping/Receiving , Manifests, Shortages, Documentation )
Employee Security Training/Threat Awareness
Physical Security (Building, Perimeter, Lighting, Parking Lots, Locks, Systems)
IT Security (Passwords, Accountability)
Create & Write:   Business Partner Program
Internal Storage (Intranet, Portal, Connex)
Company Letter to Business Partners (Write)
Business Partner Security Questionnaire (Design & Implement)
Distribution Program & Receipt Validation
Business Partner Audits/Reviews
Business Partner Validations

C-TPAT Benefits

C-TPAT offers businesses an opportunity to play an active role in the war against terrorism. By participating in this first worldwide supply chain security initiative, companies will ensure a more secure supply chain for their employees, suppliers and customers. In addition, CBP offers the following benefits to C-TPAT members:

C-TPAT Implementation services in India

The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)

certification program ensures that the highest standards of safety and security are applied at all levels of the manufacturing and transportation process which is the largest and most successful government-private sector partnership to emerge from the ashes of 9/11/2001.

C-TPAT was launched in November 2001, with just seven companies and seven major importers.

Today, over 7,400 companies are enrolled, and these companies are critical players in the global supply chain. Since beginning, the guiding principles for C-TPAT have been voluntary participation and jointly developed security criteria, best practices and implementation procedures. C-TPAT partners have worked with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to protect their supply chains from concealment of terrorist weapons, including weapons of mass destruction and global supply chains are more secure today as a result of C-TPAT. In this paper mainly focus is on the importance, benefits and certification procedure for C-TPAT.

Benefits of C-TPAT System Implementation

  • increase your sales – C-TPAT certified companies must use other c-tpat certified companies as their business partners whenever possible
  • increased security of your supply chain, your facilities and your asset
  • be an active participant in the war on terror & the war on drugs
  • importers – your containers go to the front of the line
  • importers – fewer container inspections
  • importers – fewer inspections in foreign ports with CBP CSI presence
  • cross-border highway carriers – eligible for “fast” program
  • NVOCC’s & customs brokers – retain c-tpat certified customers
  • mexican manufacturers – reduce theft & increase security
  • canadian manufacturers – reduce theft & increase security

ISO 14001 Environmental management system implementation

ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems

ISO 14001 is an international Standard that specifies the requirements for a structured management approach to environmental protection.

Its purpose is to enable an organisation of any type or size to develop and implement a policy that is committed to environmental responsibility; such as resource sustainability, prevention of pollution, climate change mitigation and minimisation of environmental impact.

Why Environmental Management is Important

A management system which adopts ISO 14001 not only safeguards the organisation’s business strategies now and in the future, but also demonstrates to stakeholders a commitment to environmental performance improvement.

Implementing ISO 14001 Environmental Management

Plan for your future by applying ISO 14001 to your business. Work with us to build an environmental management system that could wipe out waste and multiply new business opportunities. 

Effective environmental management becomes easier with buy-in from your whole business. And we understand that each organization – large or small – is at a different stage with their environmental plans. That’s why we offer service packages that are as unique as you. An ISO 14001 package can include specific services that your business needs to achieve world-class environmental management – cutting the cost of services you don’t need and overcoming particular challenges.

We’ll help you shape an ISO 14001 Project Plan, working with the systems you already have in place. And we’ll help you guide your whole business through the implementation process.





BRC Implementation services in Delhi

Implementing the BRC

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) is the trade association for retailing in the United Kingdom (UK). The consortium develops standards for the safety, quality and operational criteria to fulfill the legal obligations of manufacturers of food, packaging and packaging material manufacturers and consumer products. The BRC Global Standards are a leading global safety and quality certification program used throughout the world by over 18,000 certificated suppliers in 90 countries through a network of over 80 accredited and BRC recognized Certification Bodies. The BRC Global Standards are widely used by suppliers and global retailers.

About BRC Food Safety Standard (issue 7)

The Standard is designed to provide certification for food manufacturers who implement good manufacturing practices and have the supporting quality management systems to produce safe, legal product meeting their customer’s quality requirements. The Standard can be applied to any food processing or packing operation where open food is handled, processed or packed. This standard is the first GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) benchmarked food safety scheme.

What the training will cover?

The training module will focus on the seven chapters of the standard.

  1. Senior Management Commitment and Continual Improvement For any food safety system to be effective it is essential that the factory senior management is fully committed to its application and continued development.
  2. The Food Safety Plan (HACCP) – The basis for the Food Safety System is an effective HACCP program based on the requirements of the internationally recognized Codex Alimentarius system.
  3. Food Safety and Quality Management System This sets out requirements for the management of food safety and quality, building upon the principles of ISO 9000. This includes requirements for product specifications, supplier approval, traceability, and the management of incidents and product recalls.
  4. Site Standards These define expectations for the processing environment including the layout and maintenance of the buildings and equipment, cleaning, pest control and waste management. This includes a specific section on managing foreign body controls.
  5. Product Control This includes requirements at the product design and development stage, Allergen management and the expectations of Laboratories and product testing.
  6. Process Control This covers the establishment and maintenance of safe process controls, weight/volume control and equipment calibration.
  7. PersonnelThis defines requirements for the training of staff and expectations on protective clothing and personnel hygiene.