RBA Training and Certification

Kula Segaran, Minister Of Human Resource, Malaysia

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RBA Training and Certification

The RBA plays an essential role in identifying and informing a variety of stakeholders on the state of sustainability in the industrial supply chain, it does not publicly comment on individual members’ activities.

RBA Certification improves professional standards and confirms professional knowledge, skills, and capacities in the marketplace. It provides high-quality Certification and Training resources that meet a higher standard of excellence. Certified people have more career choices and earn more money as a result of their certification.

code of conduct


The RBA Code of Conduct lies at the center of the organization’s membership criteria. Members must agree to the Code of Conduct, communicate that commitment to their supply chains, and engage in a variety of evaluation activities to ensure that they are held responsible for their adherence to the Code.

The RBA Code of Conduct is a set of industry norms for social, environmental, and ethical behavior. The Code of Conduct references a number of international norms and standards, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labor Organization’s International Labor Standards, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, ISO and SA standards, and others.

The RBA is committed to receiving from stakeholders on a frequent basis while the Code of Conduct is developed and implemented.
There are five sections to the Code. Sections A, B, and C, respectively, address labor, health and safety, and environmental criteria. Section D includes corporate ethical criteria, while Section E specifies the components of an appropriate system for managing compliance with this Code.

Members pledge to defend employees’ human rights and treat them with dignity and esteem in accordance with international standards. This covers all types of workers, including temporary, migrant, student, contract, direct employees, and others.

Participants know that, in addition to reducing the risk of work-related injury and illness, a safe and healthy workplace improves product and service quality, production consistency, and worker retention and morale. Participants also appreciate the need of continual worker participation and education in detecting and resolving workplace health and safety concerns.

Participants understand that manufacturing world-class goods requires environmental responsibility. Participants must evaluate the environmental implications of their industrial processes and take steps to mitigate negative effects on the community, environment, and natural resources, all while protecting the public’s health and safety.

Participants and their agents must adhere to the highest ethical standards in order to fulfill their social duties and achieve commercial success, including:Business Integrity, No Improper Advantage , Disclosure of Information, Intellectual Property, Fair Business, Advertising and Competition, Protection of Identity and Non-Retaliation, Responsible Sourcing of Minerals, Privacy.

Participants must adopt or construct a management system with a dimension corresponding to the Code’s content. The management system must be structured to ensure: (a) compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and client requirements relating to the participant’s operations and goods; (b) compliance with this Code; and (c) identification and mitigation of operational risks pertaining to this Code. It should also make it easier to keep improving.


Mission and Vision


A group of enterprises working to create long-term value for workers, the environment, and businesses across the global market.


Through leading standards and practices, members, suppliers, and stakeholders cooperate to enhance working and environmental conditions, as well as company success.