Business Working Responsibly Mark Information Session [Fully booked]

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Nov 30, 2016

Free information session on the Business Working Responsibly Mark [Now fully booked]

The Mark of a great company-will yours be next?

Business in the Community Ireland has developed the Business Working Responsibly Mark. Audited by the NSAI and based on ISO 26000, this all-encompassing scheme certifies responsible and sustainable business practices.

Business in the Community Ireland and the NSAI invite you to attend a free seminar where you will have the opportunity to speak with Ireland’s leading auditor in this field, hear from a company who has recently achieved the Mark and find out more about how your company can reap the benefits of attaining it.

What: Free Seminar on The Business Working Responsibly Mark
When: Wednesday, November 30th, 8am – 9am
Where: Wynns Hotel, 35-39 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1
Register your place: Email



  • Elise McCarthy, Corporate Social Responsibility Adviser, with Business in the Community Ireland, will outline what the ‘Business Working Responsibly Mark’ is and how it works.Using samples of the questionnaire, Elise will take you through the process step by step.
  • Maria McKeown, an NSAI Lead Auditor in management system auditing, will give a detailed overview and practical information on the auditing process to enable your company to be successfully audited and certified to the Business Working Responsibly Mark.
  • Audrey Nolan Head of CSR at Bank of Ireland will outline how they achieved the Mark for the first time this year. Audrey will discuss how the process worked and the benefits to the business.