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Join Bruce Everett of IACCM and Tony Ballard of EnergyQ at the next IACCM Member Meeting in Brisbane. PLEASE NOTE THAT, DUE TO CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS, THAT THIS WILL NOW BE A VIRTUAL MEETING CONDUCTED USING GoToWebinar. IT WILL ALSO BE OPENED UP TO ALL MEMBERS IN AUSTRALIA TO DIAL IN.
This event is open to all IACCM members, member’s guests, and anyone in the procurement, contracting, and commercial space, and is free to attend.
Members are encouraged to bring along their key supplier partners, customers, and others in your organisation who would value learning more about improving trading relationships.
Date: Thursday 26 March 2020
Time: 1.15 pm to 2.15 pm Brisbane time
Host / Location: GoToWebinar https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3147622919830081803
- Introduction to IACCM (Bruce Everett) and EnergyQ (Tony Ballard - General Manager Strategic Procurement and President EPSA with Linda Halmburg - Social Procurement Lead)
- Theme: Implementing The Modern Slavery Act through industry collaboration.
- Case Study: Energy Procurement Supply Association (EPSA) "Respecting Human Rights in our Supply Chains - A practical guide to understand and address the moral and business challenges facing the energy industry" https://epsaonline.net/white_papers
- Interactive workshop
- Wrap Up and What's Next for IACCM members in 2020
In 2019, the focus of The Modern Slavery Act was on awareness and statements of intent. In 2020, the challenge is to implement appropriate controls through the entire supply chain. The opportunities for us to intervene, to engage and to anticipate are amazing. Join us, be at the heart of these revolutionary changes and be inspired by real-life case studies.
See you soon.