SRI Corporate Social Responsibility

shutterstock_234018484scaleSRI stands with the global community that is making Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) its mission by committing to the same goals, as well as providing services to socially-minded companies working achieve their goals. It is simply not enough to maintain operational efficiency in business today. SRI Quality System Registrar has a duty to contribute to sustainable development and address global causes for concern.

As SRI’s domestic and international clients and accreditation bodies implement CSR initiatives, SRI is a committed member of the supply chain. SRI has signed on the UN Global Compact ( and will issue its COP report this June. SRI uses a management system approach that builds the CSR commitments and requirements from the relevant frameworks into its accredited ISO 17021:2015 management system.

SRI began its commitment to CSR goals in 2008, when it launched three initiatives that would grow to be the backbone of its current CSR practice:

• Be a best place to work, and use outside, independent verification to demonstrate performance
• Commit to establishing and assessing the sustainability of built environments
• Expanding its services to include those standards that protect our environment, communities, and human resources

SRI has now assessed thousands of sustainable built environments projects around the world, been recognized by the state of PA for its employee-centric programs, and offers certification in over ten CSR-focused global standards. As our shareholders, customers, and employees ask more of us and our supply chain, we will be prepared.

Read our 2019 Corporate Responsibility Report here

Read our 2018 Corporate Responsibility Report here

Read our Letter of Commitment to the UN Global Compact here

Read our Transparency Policy here


Interested in learning more? Watch SRI’s CSR Executive Overview