Supply Chain Mapping and Traceability

Increasingly, companies are facing increasing demands for greater visibility into the working conditions in their supply chain beyond tier one. Supply chain mapping is a way for companies to trace the complicated network of deeper-tier suppliers and better understand the conditions workers face at these levels of their supply chain.   The Fair Labor Association (FLA) will be providing guidance on how to conduct supply chain mapping for companies to better understand their complicated and intricate supply chains. This webinar will cover supply chain mapping basics, practical tips, and experiences from mapping a variety of raw materials supply chains. The training will cover guidance steps outlined in the Supply Chain Mapping, Transparency, Traceability guidance document. Join us to learn how to increase visibility into your supply chain. This session is an elective for the PPAI Product Safety Awareness initiative.

Richa Mittal

Senior Director, Supply Chain Innovation and Partnerships, Fair Labor Association

Richa Mittal is the Senior Director of Supply Chain Innovation and Partnerships at the Fair Labor Association (FLA) - a multi-stakeholder initiative with a mission to improve workers’ lives. She is currently based in FLA’s office in Geneva. Over the past 18 years, Mittal has worked closely with businesses, civil society organizations and governments. She is an ardent advocate for workers’ rights and specializes in research, labor standard due diligence and problem resolution in complex upstream supply chains. Mittal has led several FLA projects on traceability, child and forced labor, ethical recruitment, gender and youth, both in manufacturing and agricultural supply chains in Asia, EMEA and LATAM. As the head of the Supply Chain Innovation Department, she is the main architect of FLA’s programs on human rights due diligence and social compliance in the agriculture sector, raw materials traceability, and Fair Labor Agriculture Alliance (FLAA) – a platform focusing on collective remediation. She holds an MPH from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (USA) and a MS in Human Ecology from the University of Delhi (India).


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On Demand Webinar
Recorded 12/08/2020
Recorded 12/08/2020
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