Morson are delighted to have attained the Supply Chain Sustainability School Gold Award accreditation. Morson International had originally joined the Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS) in November 2015, with HSQE director Gareth Morris attending his first supplier day in June 2016.
Carys Davies, the on-site account manager for Morson client Costain, held responsibility for developing and maintaining the relationship between Morson and the SCSS, with further responsibility for assessment delivery and e-learning modules. In order to attain the Gold award level, Morson were required to complete a reassessment within the last 6 months which demonstrated an increase in sustainability competence across at least 10 resources.
The accreditation also looked into the ways Morson actively shared knowledge and experience with other members. Future assessment will be made biannually.
Speaking of the achievement, Gareth Morris said “It is a great achievement to attain gold status as a member of the Supply Chain Sustainability School. It is a testament to Carys and the HSQE team’s dedication to sustainability within Morson that this gold member status was finally achieved. Well done to all involved.”
Carys Davies said “I feel proud that we have achieved Gold Award with the SCSS School. It has helped us to understand our client better and also enhances our reputation with potential new clients. A lot of hard work went in to achieving the certificate; it encouraged collaborative working across several departments and also helped us to develop areas of sustainability which we needed to strengthen. It was definitely worth the hard work that went in to it.”