Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability Management Consultancy

Sustainability and Project Management

Our expert team will design and create a rollout plan for your project, ensuring all requirements are met and that it is suitable for your business. Ensuring the sustainability strategy is coherent with your business operations is essential.

Moreover, guaranteeing an effective project management methodology will enable your business to successfully accomplish its goals. An expert will guide you and support you through the entire project duration.

We will support your teams during implementation, providing guidance and ensuring high quality.

a)       Sustainability Action Plan:

Sustainability plans are developed by an organization or business to achieve goals that foster environmental, community, and financial sustainability. The plan will also establish guidelines for achieving and measuring the impact of these objectives.

b)      Environmental Management:

An Environmental Management System (EMS) is a structured framework for managing an organization’s significant environmental impacts. The latter vary between organizations but typically will include waste, emissions, energy use, transport and consumption of materials. Climate change factors are increasingly prominent as are legacy issues such as contaminated land. Wider factors can also be included, such as impacts on wildlife (biodiversity) and use of materials (such as embodied water). In implementing an EMS, a company will identify the significant effects relevant to its business.

c)     Social Development:

The objectives of a social development varies from place to place and community to community but the essence of any social development is the same – to design sustainable solutions to overcome all social problems which enervate and weaken members in a community.

d)     Economic Added Value:

Economic Value Added (EVA) is important because it is used as an indicator of how profitable company projects are and it therefore serves as a reflection of management performance. It includes the balance sheet in the calculation and encourages managers to think about assets as well as expenses in their decisions.

e)      Sustainable Supply Chain:

Supply Chain Management (SCM) involves the movement of products and services from suppliers to distributors. SCM involves the flow of information and products between and among supply chain stages to maximize profitability. Deciding on the products that are to be made and the location where they need to be stored.

f)     Operations Management:

Operations management is the administration of business practices to create the highest level of efficiency possible within an organization. It is concerned with establishing all the necessary processes and procedures to ensure Environmental, Social and Economic requirements are implemented within business operations.