SA8000 is an auditable certification measure that supports companies to grow, support, and use socially adequate systems in the workplace. International workplace-quality model based on the theory of social liability, its major goal is to secure the purpose of moral methods in the hiring and handling of employees and in the creation of goods and assistance. Released in 1997 by the New York (USA) based on the non-profit body social responsibility International (SAI), it relies on the codes-of-conduct declared by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, and UN Convention On The Rights Of A Kid. Established on the policies of transparency, reliability, and confirmation, it is said to be the first global ethical model and relevant for any type of company despite the country, business, or extent.