O’Neill & Brennan is delighted to have become a partner of the Supply Chain Sustainability School. The School is led by its Partners, directing and driving everything they do. Partners set the strategic direction of the School and identify what the key issues are to be addressed, what new training should be developed, what supplier days and workshops should be held and, just as importantly, ensure the good governance of the School. This puts us in a strong and influential position to add value and input in industry discussions across all issues of sustainability, both social and economic.
By becoming a partner, O’Neill & Brennan will be able to voice its opinion on areas such as energy, waste and construction, to employment skills and business ethics, collaborating with other partners to improve efficiency and success across the supply chain. Support comes in the form of CPD accredited e-learning modules, networking opportunities and training workshops, providing access to thousands of online resources for training and development, which, as a valued partner member, O’Neill & Brennan will have access to.
O’Neill & Brennan has always retained a strong interest in the Supply Chain Sustainability School, achieving a gold member status accreditation in January 2016, having demonstrated exceptional knowledge of sustainability competence and engagement with the school upon assessment, which required us to work through our action plan of e-learning modules, webinars, interviews, workshops and best practice case studies.
O’Neill & Brennan Director, Eugene Meehan, said “As an industry, we need to embrace sustainability to create a greener, more ethical supply chain in order to meet more stringent legislation. We are delighted to be a full partner of the school now, which allows us to continue to progress our sustainability strategy and effectively manage our environmental aspects, reduce our impacts and ensure legal compliance. The online resources, events and toolkits provided by the school are an excellent way of achieving this.”