'Proving Sustainable Practice' Webinar: Live Case Study on communicating CSR to stakeholders with NQA Sustainability Assessed Certification
NQA is hosting a live webinar to launch its latest Sustainability Assessed Scheme for Business.
NQA is hosting a live webinar presenting case studies of how organisations can now communicate 'best practice' in managing sustainable development to 'all stakeholders' with one concise message. Attendees will see how NQA Sustainability Assessed Certification can save organisations significant time and resources invested in stakeholder communications, and promote clarity within internal and external messages about managing sustainable developments.
Entitled 'Proving Sustainable Practice' the webinar is an opportunity for sustainability professionals to discuss how sustainable practice is continuously delivered, reviewed and improved within their organisation.
"NQA Sustainability Assessed Certification can be achieved by any organisation that is committed to sustainable development and wants to engage stakeholders, sell its vision and secure the support needed to gain recognition for its efforts," said NQA's Head of Operations Mo Ghaus.
"This webinar will provide an insight to details about certification requirements and related benefits for organisations and that become certified."
The webinar will feature Director at the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), Gary McFarlane. The CIEH were the first organisation to achieve certification and Gary will be outlining the benefits it brings to the CIEH.
NQA's Sustainability Sector Manager Neil Rotheroe will also discuss the opportunities that exist for SME's with reference to Denovo Design who are currently in line for certification.
NQA Sustainability Assessed Certification enables organisations to gain independent recognition of their commitment to managing sustainable developments. Essentially, certified organisations are enabled to more easily prove their credibility and reinforce brand values.
The webinar takes place from 11.30am on Tuesday, March 20th.