Sustainable procurement. Train the Trainer Jimmy Brannigan. EAF Programme. Background Three year project Reducing negative environmental and social impacts through purchasing Steering group, partners from Further Education and Higher Education Training Train the trainer
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Train the Trainer
09.30 Introductions and objectives
10.00 What is sustainable procurement?
10.20 Barriers to sustainable procurement
11.00 The business case – Presentations
12.00 Networking Lunch
12.45 Where are the opportunities?
Review the latest guidance on implementing sustainable procurement
14.30 What can we do now?
How can we use the latest guidance on implementing sustainable procurement?
15.15 Report back and prioritisation – Including communication styles
15.45 Action planning
Definition for a non procurement professional
“Sustainable purchasing is all about taking environmental and social factors into account in purchasing decisions. It’s about looking at what your products are made of, where they come from and who has made them”
HEPS Sustainable Purchasing Guidance – Section 1
“Sustainability in the supply chain is fundamentally about identifying problematic social, environmental and H&S issues throughout the supply chain. Assessing their impact and risks, and then trying to improve them”
Impacts and Opportunities (Environment)
Current Management Effort (Environment)
Mismatch between the two
Review of the latest guidance
November 2003 - IDeA
September 2002 – iema
What are the potential pitfalls of questionnaires?
Sphere of concern
Sphere of influence
What do we communicate?