With more and more legislation to comprehend and comply with than ever before, it can be hard to know where you stand. Join us for a focused Masterclass to identify how your EMS can help you meet compliance and maximise effectiveness.
This Masterclass in an interactive one-day workshop that aims to ensure you get to thoroughly understand the responsibility your organisation and workforce have towards the environment and communities in which they operate.
The day will give delegates the knowledge and understanding to build a resilient organisation with motivated and engaged employees, able to attract and retain talent and build durable relationships with suppliers. Interactive case studies will highlight how an EMS can help to address environmental and human rights compliance, how to achieve compliance and the best practice approach.
Learning outcomes for this workshop
Identify where the sources of environmental and human rights legislation are found
Understand the link between environmental law and human rights law
Identify the barriers within their own organisation to address environmental and
human rights compliance
Understand how environmental management systems can address environmental
and human rights compliance
Be able to describe the types of assessments to address environmental compliance
Identify the effects of enforcement action
Understand how to take steps to meet legal compliance
Explain best practice procedures
This workshop is complimented by the IEMA Sustainability in Practice Managing Environmental and Human Rights Compliance guide, available from https://www.iema.net/sustainability-in-practice-managing-compliance/
This workshop is worth 6 hours of IEMA recognised CPD.