Code of Conduct
Published annually, the Supplement Standards Code of Conduct is written in consultation with supplement industry stakeholders. It is designed to address the issues present in the industry and asks those within the industry to hold themselves to account.
The Code of Conduct is delivered alongside an accreditation allowing supplement manufacturers and suppliers to prove the quality of their production standards. The accreditation process consists of a gap analysis following by bi-annual audits and spot checks. Successful applicants can market themselves as ‘Supplement Standards accredited’.
If you work in a role that involves supplying, recommending or consuming supplements you can become a member of supplement standards. Becoming a member is the best way to show your support for our mission, submit your point of view on the industry to our team and hear about updates from us.
Education & Training
We provide expert training and education services to organisations and individuals wishing to improve their understanding of supplement use. This includes training to sports organisations, gym staff and supplement suppliers wishing to improve their internal staff training and processes.
For organisations wishing to improve internal processes and achieve Supplement Standards accreditation, we provide consultancy services. We can visit you on-site, or provide remote consultancy to help you improve manufacturing process standards and marketing process improvements.