BSCI is an initiative open to retailers, importers and brands engaged in improving working conditions in their global supply chain. The initiative is working to support buying companies to integrate the BSCI Code of Conduct into the heart of their business practices and develop their supply chain while respecting labour rights. In parallel, BSCI also brings direct benefits to the other actors of the supply chain, including producers, stakeholders and ultimately, workers. Benefits for Retailers, Importers and Brands: One holistic and simple approach; Improved internal management systems; Efficient risk management; No duplication of efforts and costs; More leverage throughout the supply chain; One aligned message to all producers; Reduced audit fatigue; Increased time and resources for improvements and remediation; Influence on key players of the supply chain; Opportunity to network and exchange best practices. Benefits for Producers: Fewer social audits; Access to a broad network of international buying companies; Improve internal management processes; Focus on improvements and remediation; Influence on key players at national level. Benefits for Stakeholders: Advise and influence a leading initiative impacting the social compliance of 1,500+ companies; Participate and guide improvement and remediation activities. Benefits for Workers: Increased awareness of labour rights; Better access to grievance mechanisms; Improvement of working conditions.