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THIS WEBINAR WILL GIVE AN IN DEPTH LOOK INTO THE K 2017 - Achieving Sustainability Results with ISO 26000-By AtoZ Compliance

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Category sucession management online, ISO 26000 guideline, benefits of csr, csr risk management, iso 26000 training program, supply chain responsibility, corporate social responsibility

Deadline: May 31, 2017 | Date: May 31, 2017

Venue/Country: Online, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-05-16 19:42:44 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Key Take Away:

Social responsibility is a high priority for corporate leaders focused on increasing brand awareness along with revenues. It has become a critical success factor for business and social change.

Overview:

The International Standards Organization (ISO) defined the ISO 26000 guideline for the use and planning of all structured, measures, and monitored social responsibility programming. This standard enables companies to initiate and track performance of SR programs by focusing on the Triple Bottom Line - people, planet, and profit.

Why Should You Attend:

Protecting your company’s brand in a socially connected world is an enormous challenge. When bad events happen, news travels fast. Brands can be destroyed overnight. Incidents like the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh, the suicides of Chinese factory workers, and Congo conflict mineral mines run by warlords are all social justice issues that require corporate due diligence. No one wants their brand to make headlines for the wrong reasons. This is why it is important to have a robust process for creating a responsible supply chain.

Areas Covered In This Webinar:

Key definition and main points of social responsibility

ISO 26000 guideline and implementation

Supporting the Triple Bottom Line

Aligning with global guidelines like the International Labor Organization, UN Sustainable Development Goals, and others

The 7 Principles

The 7 Core Subjects and Issues

How to Use ISO 26000

How to Improve SR performance with the standard

Best Practices

Learning Objectives:

In depth look into the key components of the ISO 26000 guideline and best practices to implement and support a social responsibility program.

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all personnel in:

Corporate social responsibility managers

Supply chain compliance

Responsible sourcing

Supply chain risk management

Environmental compliance

Social compliance and Auditing

Corporate Social Responsibility

Level:

Intermediate

For more information, please visit : http://bit.ly/2prVVpB

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Speakers Profile:

Kelly Eisenhardt

Kelly Eisenhardt is Co-Founder and Managing Director of BlueCircle Advisors responsible for business development, consulting, and training services focused on environmental compliance and corporate social responsibility.

Her experience working in technology and sustainability roles for companies such as EMC, PTC, and Fair Factories Clearinghouse have given her a strong foundation to create compliance programs, build sustainability and reporting programs, implement data collection technologies, and manage initiatives that identify CSR risk in facilities, products, and supply chains. She is a writer for industry trade publications such as EnvironmentEnergyPro, CSRwire, CSR@Risk, and an invited guest blogger at Triple Pundit on trends in compliance, supply chain, and sustainable product development.

BlueCircle Advisors is a social good consultancy in CSR Risk Management focused on helping companies make environmentally safe products, reducing carbon footprint by using less energy, and instituting fair working conditions in global supply chains.


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