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Morson International is delighted to have become a partner of the Supply Chain Sustainability School, allowing the company to collaborate to improve efficiency and success across the supply chain.
The Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS) provides practical support across all issues of sustainability, both social and economic. This ranges from energy, waste, and construction to employment skills and business ethics. Support comes in the form of £530,000 worth of CPD accredited e-learning modules, networking opportunities and training workshops. It also provides access to thousands of online resources for training and development.
Becoming a partner member not only gives Morson access to the resources, but a valuable voice in industry discussions across all issues of sustainability. The partner dashboard also allows unique online statistics and data identifying the strengths and weaknesses on the issue of sustainability. This will enable the business to benchmark their knowledge and progression in key areas.
Morson originally joined the School in November 2015 and joining as a partner comes after the company attained the Gold Award accreditation in October 2017, demonstrating greater levels of sustainability competence and engagement with the school upon reassessment.
Carys Davies, onsite account manager with client Costain, took a lead role in Morson’s involvement with the SCSS. She said “Following our successful achievement of the supply chain school gold standard, we are excited to be continuing our journey as a full partner of the school.”
“We are keen to progress our sustainability strategy, to ensure we are continuously meeting and exceeding best practice guidelines. The online resources, events and toolkits provided by the school are an excellent way of achieving this.”
Costain, Network Rail, Sir Robert McAlpine and Highways England are also partner members of the School.