How to use ISO20400 to achieve social, environmental and economic objectives through procurement – Afternoon session on Low Carbon
Date(s) - 26/04/2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Organisations spend 50-80% of their revenues with their supply chains, meaning procurement is vital in the sustainability strategy and achieving economic, environment and social goals. ISO 20400: Sustainable Procurement – Guidance, to be published in March 2017 , provides a global “how to” guide for sustainable procurement (‘SP’).
Join like-minded Procurement and Sustainability Professionals from the public and private sectors for a highly interactive one-day workshop (15 participants maximum), and gain practical tools to drive effective change in your organisation using ISO20400. A session in the afternoon will be dedicated to how to use the power of procurement to achieve your Low Carbon objectives.
> Discuss the framework provided by ISO20400 for each level of the Procurement / Supply Chain Management activity: Policy, Strategy, Organisation and Process
> Test how your organisation is currently complying with ISO20400 and benchmark leaders in Australia and abroad
Implement a strategy
> Discover in detail how to integrate social, environmental and economic issues in your sourcing strategy and key procurement documents e.g. specs, evaluation plan, draft contract
> Workshop how to practically do it on a specific procurement project, benchmark your strategy with other organisations through our database of 600 case studies and share your ideas with other participants
Use ISO20400 to achieve your Low Carbon objectives
> Understand how to identify “carbon” hotspots in your supply chain
> Discuss challenges for implementing low carbon procurement policies & processes
> Discover how to develop robust low carbon procurement processes to manage carbon risks (and reduce costs)
> Discuss the advantages and limitations of low carbon procurement tools
Managing Director Planet Procurement
Jean-Louis has trained more than 600 professionals on Sustainable Procurement. For the past 3 years, he has led the Australian delegation on the project of ISO20400. With 10 years of experience in Procurement, he provides sensible and practical guidance on all social, environmental and economic aspects of Sustainable Procurement.
Principal Economist, Point Advisory
Christophe has 20 years work experience, including 10 years in finance and 10 years specialising in sustainable development. Christophe has a deep expertise in carbon management, the challenges of assessing carbon impacts and risks across supply chains and the various tools available to assist in these tasks.
Who: Sustainability and CSR professionals, Procurement, Sourcing and Supply Chain professionals
Price: 990 AUD (includes lunch)
Early bird: 840 AUD (before 28 Feb)
Registration: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0423 328 603