RJC Code of Practices Certification provides members evidence of their responsible business practices. These can be communicated to suppliers, customers and other stakeholders through the use of the RJC certified member logo, RJC Certificate itself, the members’ webpage with their certification details, and being on the RJC Certified member list.
Certification against the RJC Code of Practices is compulsory for all RJC Commercial members within two years of joining RJC. Each RJC member’s Certification status can be found via the members’ unique webpage (search the members’ name on our website to find it).
How do you get Certified? Here is an outline of the Certification journey:
For more information on Step 1, the self-assessment, please see the dedicated page here. There’s a video to show you how to complete the self-assessment, as well as Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and other material to help you through the process.
Download the COP Standard, Guidance and Tools
The Code of Practices is supported by a range of Guidance and tools for implementation for download here and on other Certification journey pages:
Code of Practices
If you have trouble downloading or are using a Mac, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance
Risk Assessment Toolkit
Human Rights Due Diligence Toolkit
Got any questions?
The RJC has a dedicated Training Manager, Maria Mursell who is on-hand to help you understand the Certification journey and prepare for your audit. Simply call the RJC London office on +44 (0)207 321 0992 or click the button below to get in touch with her via email.