SRI Quality System is Responsible Steel Certification Body
SRI Quality System Registrar has announced that it has been approved as the first US-based certification body for the Responsible Steel standard. Responsible Steel is the steel industry’s first global multi-stakeholder standards and certification initiative to address sustainability within the sector. SRI is a leading global certification body for steel, metal and materials companies, and its sustainability and ESG assessment practices are the fastest growing segment of the service portfolio. Responsible Steel CEO Ann Clare Howard, said “Responsible Steel aims to use trusted third-party certification to make a positive difference in the responsible production of steel. We welcome SRI Quality System Registrar as one of the approved certification bodies. Deep experience in the steel sector and a broad sustainability agenda will be a great asset in auditing steel production members against strict principles and standards. “
Responsible Steel, a non-profit organization, is the steel industry’s first global multi-stakeholder standards and certification initiative. Its mission is to maximize steel’s contribution to a sustainable society, achieved through the cooperation and mutual commitment of businesses, civil society representatives and other stakeholders at all levels of the steel supply chain.
SRI Quality System Registrar is an international evaluation body headquartered in Japan. Founded in 1991, SRI is ANAB, RvA, IATF, AA1000, USGBC (GBCI), WELL (IWBI), and Responsible Steel certified, quality, sustainability & ESG, information security, and green building.