Process Applies To
All suppliers that manage P&G's Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
Suppliers' Employees (and Subcontractors) must be made aware of the key elements of P&G's Privacy Requirements and understands their personal responsibilities. Staff must be trained in how to implement P&G's Privacy Requirements.
P&G has a mandatory requirement that all Suppliers that do work for P&G train their employees assigned to work on the P&G account to ensure they understand the requirements and their personal responsibilities for protecting P&G information. Each Supplier is responsible for creating their own Training curriculum for their employees assigned to the P&G account. The Supplier training curriculum must ensure that each employee assigned to work on P&G's account is educated and trained, and subsequently receives refresher training on an annual basis, so that all Supplier employees have the essential knowledge and skills to fulfill the requirements for protecting P&G information assets. P&G has created a Supplier Training Compliance Expectation Guideline (see attached above) which outlines the expectations of topics that the supplier's employees must be trained on.
We continue to evaluate and pilot opportunities in both developed and developing regions.
For example, our GARP team, with the cooperation of government stakeholders, conducted a comprehensive study in the Philippines to understand the tonnage and composition of the waste stream, including the percentage that is biodegradable, recyclable and residual.
The results led to the design of an integrated, profitable and replicable waste management business model—all from materials that would otherwise be thrown away.
We also are partnering with the Asian Development Bank with the goal of piloting this business model in Antipolo, Philippines; the project has been offered to another company that will own and operate the facility.
Learn how we're working toward zero manufacturing waste at all of our sites, worldwide.