Business Working Responsibly Mark Briefing

Uncategorized - Jan 06, 2014

Business in the Community Ireland would like to invite you to an early morning briefing session on the Business Working Responsibly Mark, Ireland’s only certification for responsible and sustainable business practices, on the 22nd of January.

Hear exclusively from Caroline O’Connor, Corporate Responsibility Manager, Bord Gáis Networks on how The Business Working Responsibly Mark worked for them, the questionnaire, the auditing process and how to get started.

Based on ISO 26000, Business Working Responsibly Mark certifies your responsible and sustainable business practices.  Audited by the NSAI, it not only gives third party endorsement of your practices, it crucially provides you with an inventory, a gap analysis and a roadmap for your sustainable journey.

The Mark provides a measurement of all areas your business:

  •  Corporate Responsibility
  • Sustainable Practices
  • Employee well-being
  • Supply chain management
  • Environmental policies
  • Ethics

Current holders of the Business Working Responsibly Mark include: Microsoft Ireland, ESB, CRH Ireland, Intel Ireland, Veolia Transdev Ireland, EirGrid, Accenture in Ireland, Pfizer Healthcare Ireland, Boots Retail Ireland, Bord Gáis Networks, Deloitte Ireland.

Click here to watch a video to hear what the recipients had to say about receiving the Mark.

The event will be relevant to executives who manage all or part of a company’s responsible and sustainable practices such as: corporate responsibility managers as well as managers with responsibility for human resources, customer relations, procurement, environment / facilities or quality.

‘The Business Working Responsibly mark provided us with a root and branch overview of how we are doing across these areas.’

Mark Ryan, Country Managing Director Ireland, Accenture

There are limited places available for this session. To RSVP, please email Leah Naughton at referencing Business Working Responsibly Mark Session in the subject line by Friday, 17th January 2014.

Location: Business in the Community Ireland, 32 Lower O’ Connell Street, Dublin 1

Date: 22nd January 2014

Start Time: 08:00
End Time: 09:00