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Annual External Compliance Report of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy's Workers' Welfare Standards

Author: Impactt Limited (UK), Published on: 29 April 2019

The average overall initial audit compliance rate across the 24 contractors audited in 2018 was 75%. By the time of the follow-up audits, scores increased to 89% overall. During initial audits, average compliance was high in the areas of personal documents... transportation, accommodation and food, worker representation and induction... contractors closed out or made progress on 71% of issues [improving] on the previous year (58%)... The increased pace of remediation is largely due to the SC’s increasingly interventionist approach... The SC has identified and communicated solutions to complex issues that were previously going unresolved... contractors have a better understanding of compliance requirements... driven by engagement between the SC and mid- and senior-level management of contractors [and] company-to-company engagement... Contractors have more capacity to drive compliance in the form of dedicated personnel (Worker Welfare Officers, WWO).

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