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Breakfast Briefing in Aberdeen

Date: Friday 15 March 2019
Time: 08:30 - 11:00
Location: Aberdeenshire Council Headquarters, Woodhill House, Westburn Road, Aberdeen, AB16 5GB

Join our Scotland School Partners for breakfast in Aberdeen!

Balfour Beatty, Robertson, BAM, ISG, Kier, Morgan Sindall, Murphy, VGC, BRE, Danny Sullivan and Marshalls are working with the Supply Chain Sustainability School in Scotland to address the social and environmental challenges that we all face and that our clients across Scotland are increasingly asking us to deliver.

These partners have formed a Strategic Leadership Group, with a shared vision and approach to delivering solutions that measurably improve sustainability and supply chain performance within the construction industry in Scotland.

For the next 12 months our Partners in Scotland are focusing on reducing carbon and waste and looking at how we can tackle responsible sourcing, modern slavery and fairness, inclusion & respect issues.

Attend one of the free Breakfast Briefing events across Scotland to find out more about these priorities, the Supply Chain Sustainability School’s work and your client’s sustainability requirements.

Its an 8:30am start, but we promise you a warm welcome; hot coffee and a bacon sandwich! You'll be away no later than 11am and will hopefully be wiser about where you can make a difference.

If you have any special requirements for attending this event (e.g. access, dietary), please email andrew.wilson@supplychainschool.co.uk or telephone 020 7697 1977 so that we can accommodate you. 

 All of our workshops are CPD accredited. 

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