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November 16 2018
McGinley have partnered with the Supply Chain Sustainability School in order to collaborate with like-minded businesses to innovate and lead the industry towards a more sustainable future.
We will push to improve our sustainability skills and knowledge, as well as that of our supply chain and workforce to support the industry and the communities in which we operate.
At all times we will seek to improve competitiveness, reduce waste, increase efficiency and aim to become more sustainable. Wherever possible we aim to achieve this by utilising local suppliers, local labour, investing in communities, and training and developing individuals to leave behind a legacy, therefore driving towards a more sustainable future.
Sean McGinley our Commercial Director stated that “We are proud to be part of a collaborative initiative that shares best practice in sustainability, allowing us to work with our customers and partners to achieve sustainable solutions in the supply chain. As a business, we are actively sharing our knowledge, initiatives, and experience with other members and strive towards achieving a more sustainable future by minimising any adverse environmental impacts, promoting best practice and ensuring ethical practice at all times”
Shaun McCarthy OBE added “We are pleased to welcome McGinley to the School. We have continuously grown the School since its launch in 2012 to become the go-to resource for supply chain capacity building. As a partner, McGinley will join a powerful group of businesses able to make a difference to our industry”.
What is the Supply Chain Sustainability School?
The Supply Chain Sustainability School is an online virtual learning facility, and it is one of the most successful sustainability education initiatives.
The School is for everybody working in the Construction and Infrastructure sectors in England, Scotland and Wales. It covers a wealth of topics from Waste & Carbon, Fairness Inclusion and Respect, Social Value and The Modern Slavery Act as well as many more sustainability issues.
To find out more about our commitment to the Supply Chain Sustainability School please contact our Marketing Communications Manager, Rebecca Meggs via firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively for more information on the Supply Chain Sustainability School visit www.supplychainschool.co.uk