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Modern Slavery and Ethical Labour in Construction Leadership Symposium 2017


18 October 2017
One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA
Online price £495.00 per person , plus VAT.

www.msa4construction.com

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Attend to Learn what the implications, challenges and risks of the Modern Slavery Act are for your business, and discover how to develop beyond compliance strategies to drive continuous improvement in your business and supply chains to create competitive advantage

 

Details :

Following on the highly successful inaugural Modern Slavery & Ethical Labour in Construction Leadership Symposium on 10 November 2016, the second annual symposium will be held at the prestigious One Great George Street. This construction industry leading, high profile event will take a cross supply chain approach to demonstrate, through case study speaker interventions, how the sector's leading organisations and companies are meeting compliance requirements and electing to go beyond the legislative minimum to mitigate their risks, demonstrate robust and responsible governance, enhance their reputations, improve efficiencies, and create competitive advantage. 

 

Event programme

You should attend, to:

  • Understand the requirements of the MSA in a construction sector context
  • Learn what the implications, challenges and risks are for your business
  • Hear peers' responses and how they are seizing the opportunity to improve
  • Discern how to map your supply chain to mitigate risk in your business
  • Discover practical strategies to deliver a beyond compliance competitive advantage
  • Collaborate with industry leaders to create dynamic supply chain solutions 

Intended audience

Those who attended the 2016 Symposium included, Director, Head of, Lead on:

  •                  Sustainability
  •                  Legal 
  •                  Compliance 
  •                  Governance (ESG)
  •                  Health & Safety
  •                  Environment
  •                  Recruitment
  •                  Human Rights
  •                  Procurement 
  •                  Business Development
  •                  Communications
  •                  Investments
  •                  Development
  •                  Human Resources

Companies and organisations who attended the 2016 Symposium included:

  • Skanska Plc
  • ETI
  • CIOB
  • Multiplex Construction Europe 
  • Construction news
  • NHBC
  • Stronger Together 
  • Recruitment and Employment Confederation 
  • Supply Chain Sustainability School
  • globalgroup
  • Travis Perkins Plc
  • Avondale Construction Limited
  • Unseen
  • FSI Worldwide 
  • CPA UK
  • Building
  • Simons Design
  • Interserve Support Services 
  • FSI Worldwide 
  • BSI Supply Chain Solutions 
  • Ergon Associates
  • Brett Landscaping & Building Products
  • King's College London
  • Sir Robert McAlpine
  • Clyde & Co LLP
  • Gangmaster Licensing Authority
  • Siniat Ltd
  • Marks & Spencer Plc
  • UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner 
  • KLH Sustainability 
  • Mazars LLP
  • UK CARES
  • Jonathan Lee Contracts (International)
  • University of Greenwich
  • McClelland Media
  • Responsible Supply Chain Ltd
  • Track Record Global
  • Sustain Worldwide
  • Responsible Solutions
  • FSI Europe 
  • The Law Society 
  • IET
  • Reese Procurement Limited
  • Shoosmiths LLP
  • Balfour Beatty
  • BRE
  • TARMAC
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation 
  • DNV GL
  • InvestAssure
  • Institute of Human Rights & Business 

To discuss the 2017 Symposium programme, including participating as a speaker or panelist and sponsorship opportunities, contact: 

Gordon Miller 

Gordon@SustainWorldwide.com

07771790299

 
For more information about delegate bookings, contact:

Seema Sheth 

conferences@bre.co.uk 

03333218811

www.msa4construction.com

Online price £495.00 per person , plus VAT.