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Sustainable Procurement and the Chain of Responsibility

  • October 24, 2017
  • Lifestyle Working Building, 838 Collins Street, Docklands
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This brand new course on Sustainable Procurement by ACCSR will help you improve the sustainability and responsibility of your supply chain.

Supply chains are often complex, have limited visibility and contain numerous social and environmental risks that can lead to reputational and financial damage for your organisation.

The new ISO 20400 Sustainable Procurement standard, the Federal inquiry into establishing a Modern Slavery Act and the 2015 Federal Government Indigenous Procurement Policy all indicate that now more than ever.

Consumers and stakeholders alike are increasingly looking for products and services that are greener, safer, and more conscionable.

This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to develop a sustainable procurement policy and plan, and improve supply chain visibility.

Get up to speed on the new ISO 20400 Sustainable Procurement Standard and be able to navigate the broader landscape of sustainability certifications.

Suitable for sustainability, procurement, and business professionals, the course will cover supply chain risks and offer extensive case studies to illustrate examples of pro-active supply chain management.

This course is supported by GECA and facilitated by Jonathan Dutton, Former CEO of the peak body for procurement in the Australasian region, the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply Australasia (CISPA).