Supply Chain School

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Resources


Below are the resources currently available for this area, these are categorised into the following knowledge levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert

Beginner


  • E-learning Module Responding to the Modern Slavery Act 2015

    This module discusses the issue of Modern Slavery and what it means for your supply chain

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  • Web link Section 106 Obligations Overview

    An introduction to Section 106 Planning Obligations

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  • Video Sustainable Procurement: An Introduction

    Shaun McCarthy, Director of Action Sustainability, talks about the issue of sustainable procurement and why it is important to the construction industry.

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  • Video Prioritising Your Sustainability Impacts: A Contractor's Perspective

    Dale Turner of Skanska explains the sustainable procurement process Skanska has adopted to prioritise where their sustainability impacts are, and how they can effectively manage...

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  • Web link The principles of responsible sourcing

    Video of a lecture by Prof Jacqui Glass describing the principles of responsible sourcing

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  • Web link Morgan Sindall's Sustainability homepage

    Morgan Sindall's identifying its key sustainability priorities as well as levels of performance required from itself and its supply chain

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  • Document / Presentation Skanska's Sustainable Procurement Policy

    Skanska outlines its key commitments and requirements when dealing with its supply chain. Identifies sustainability themes as well as setting high level expectations on supply...

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  • Document / Presentation How to be a responsible supplier

    Advice on what small businesses need to understand about clients who are using the new ISO standard for sustainable procurement - ISO20400

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Intermediate


  • E-learning Module Building the Business Case for Sustainable Construction

    A 1 hour module containing case studies, interviews and evidence to help build the business case for sustainable construction practices and products.

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  • E-learning Module Engaging a Diverse Supply Chain

    An introductory module identifying the steps to engage a diverse supply chain, the differences between supplier diversity and fairness and inclusion, and the benefits of having...

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  • E-learning Module Social Value: Part 1

    In part 1, we explore what Social Value is, and why clients are demanding it as part of their projects

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  • Web link ISO 20400 for Sustainable Procurement website

    An online resource and forum for the international standard for sustainable procurement.

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  • Web link What is sustainable procurement?

    Jean-Louis Haie provides an overview of ISO 20400 and the principles of sustainable procurement

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  • Web link APRES responsible sourcing website

    Contains a wealth of information on responsible sourcing in construction, including academic papers and presentations.

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  • E-learning Module BES 6001 for Responsible Sourcing

    A 1 hour module reviewing BES 6001 including recent changes to the certification scheme.

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  • E-learning Module Embedding Sustainable Procurement

    This 1 hr module explains what sustainable procurement is, how it can benefit your business, and takes you through ISO 20400, the new international standard for sustainable procurement....

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  • E-learning Module Social Value: Part 2

    In Part 2, we will explore the methods available for generating, monitoring and measuring social value

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  • E-learning Module Supply Chain Mapping and Modern Slavery

    In the next 25 minutes we will explore how supply chain mapping can help you with understanding your supply chain’s risks and opportunities

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  • Web link Buying Social

    A guide to procurers on how they can integrate social considerations into public procurement, including equality of opportunities

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  • Document / Presentation Supply Chain Mapping Protocol

    This protocol is designed to help you understand what supply chain mapping (SCM) is, why we should be doing it, what the benefits are of doing it, and how to go about it. It is...

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  • Document / Presentation Supply Chain Mapping Results

    This resource provides you with real examples of supply chain maps for four products overlaid with risk maps for modern slavery, as researched during the Special Interest Group’s...

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Advanced


  • E-learning Module Performance Measurement E-Learning Module

    Introductory E-Learning module providing you with practice and advice on how to meet your clients requirements for performance measurement.

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  • E-learning Module Heat Mapping: how to prioritise your impacts

    A 30 minute introduction to the Heat Mapping process - a simple way to visualise your sustainability priorities within your spend categories

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  • Web link Section 106 Planning Requirements from the Town and Country Planning Act

    Section 106 of the legislation document the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, outlining specific planning requirements for Local Authorities for the construction of more sustainable...

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  • Document / Presentation UNDP Practitioner's Guide to Sustainable Procurement

    United Nations Development Programme's internationally focused guide to integrating ethical business considerations into tender processes

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  • Document / Presentation Towards the Circular Economy - Ellen MacArthur Foundation

    Document outlining how to move towards a more sustainable circular economy

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Expert


  • Web link Sustainability Terms & Conditions - JCT

    Link to guidance on how sustainability can be incorporated into the JCT forms of contract

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  • Tool WRAP's Waste Procurement Guidance for the construction industry - Intermediate

    WRAP provides guidance for the procurement process to help construction clients and contractors achieve good practice. WRAPs 'model wording' covers waste reduction, waste recovery...

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