Successfully Driving ESG Initiatives Throughout Your Supply Chain

by Source Intelligence

on June 22, 2021

 

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Successfully Driving ESG Initiatives Throughout Your Supply Chain

 

Implementing and tracking ESG in your supply chain is becoming more important than ever before, but it can be complicated. The lack of internationally accepted guidelines makes developing ESG tracking and reporting systems challenging. Additionally, ESG auditing can require extensive communication throughout your supply chain and time-consuming verification of received information. In this webinar, we go into detail about how you can successfully conduct ESG reporting and drive ESG initiatives up and down the supply chain.

 

In this webinar you will learn:

  • The tools for ESG reporting success
  • How businesses can drive ESG up and down the supply chain
  • How businesses can measure impact and not intent
  • The different kinds of ESG related risks in the supply chain and how to mitigate them
  • Free resources and tools to get started

 

Our Panel of Experts

 

Source Intelligence teamed up with three other ESG reporting experts to provide different perspectives on the issue and answer questions including:

  • How do you identify and mitigate ESG risk?
  • What are the steps to implementing a CSR/ESG report?
  • How do you decide which ESG framework to choose?

 

Mari-lou Dupont

 

Senior Manager Of Decent Work And Social Sustainability At The United Nations Global Compact; Twitter: @globalcompact

Mari-lou Dupont is a senior manager at the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest voluntary corporate sustainability initiative. She is leading the Action Platform on Decent Work in Global Supply Chains, a group of multinational enterprises and partners committed to take action and develop tools to improve working conditions and human rights in their supply chains. Mari-lou joined the UN Global Compact in 2018 after working as a legal expert at the OECD supporting the responsible business conduct workstream. She has also advised French business associations on the applicability of the French Duty of Vigilance Law. A lawyer by training, she worked alongside Canadian indigenous communities advocating for rights and sustainable development. Mari-lou holds a Law Degree from the University of Montreal/York University as well as a Degree in anthropology from the University of Montreal/Lund University. She was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2008 and has successfully completed her equivalence to practice law in France.

 

David Meyer

 

Principal Consultant And Consulting Regional Practice Leader For Sustainability And Management Systems At BSI; Twitter: @BSI_America

Mr. Dave R. Meyer, a Principal Consultant and BSI Consulting Regional Practice Leader for Sustainability and Management Systems, is located in the Portland Oregon area. An EHS and sustainability-focused practitioner with over 40 years of experience in corporate governance and environmental, health and safety (EHS) compliance issues, Dave has supported a wide variety of clients in providing EHS, management systems, and supplier responsibility audit support.  Dave has a deep track record of success in leading organizations in leveraging regulatory compliance and organizational risks and identifying methods and practices to reduce waste in the production of consumer and industrial goods. As a qualified ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 Lead Auditor and trained to ISO 50001, he is accomplished in public/private sector ISO-based EHS management systems. His eight-plus years of experience with BSI has been focused on responsible supply chain management, comprehensive EHS auditing and compliance (including performing EHS assessments throughout the U.S., Canada, and western Europe), integrated management systems, corporate materiality assessments and responsibility reporting, and embedded sustainability strategy and implementation.

 

Sharon Vidal

 

Director, Corporate Social Responsibility And Sustainability At Illumina; Twitter: @illumina

Sharon Vidal is the Director of Corporate Social Responsibility for Illumina.  Since joining Illumina in 2016, Sharon has led the CSR program evolution embedding social responsibility and sustainability into the global business.  Sharon has over 20 years of experience working on multi-disciplinary environmental, health, safety, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility programming.  She has a strong background in the life science industry and holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from UCSD.

 

Dr. Jennifer Kraus

 

Chief Scientific Officer At Source Intelligence; Twitter: @SourceIntel

Jennifer has over 30 years of experience providing environmental, health, and safety services to customers around the world. Prior to co-founding Source Intelligence®, Dr. Kraus was President of Global Environmental Consulting Company, Inc. (GECCo, Inc.). Dr. Kraus also served as an associate with Dames & Moore, environmental manager for General Dynamics Electronics Division.

 

 

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