The gender committee, with the support of Workers’ Rights Watch, first scoped where gender-specific risks are in the farm. This is done through workshops and questioning of workers to identify what they deem to be gender-based violations and whether there are any misconceptions on what constitutes harassment. This data collected in combination with any reported instances are used to carry out investigations into these adverse risks. This is done on a general and case-specific basis in order to assist with specific issues but also to ensure that the company is remaining accountable for any involvement in gender inequality. After all of these assessments are consolidated then they go further than Step 2 of the GRDD process and start implementing, Step 3, as well as tracking this implementation, Step 4.