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Free Workshop To Help You Win Tenders February 10, 2009

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treeThe Sports Suite at the JJB Stadium, Wigan
Thursday 23rd April between 8.30am and 11.30am

Are you meeting your Clients’ Environmental Expectations?

Public and Private sector clients are increasingly demanding that environmental and social issues be included in tender proposals and those organisations that ignore this or do not know how to address the problem will increasingly fail to win new work.

As part of the Building the Foundations Project 2009 ConstructionSkills in conjunction with the Federation of Master Builders are offering NW companies the opportunity to access advice and support to help companies realise the benefits that implementing an Environmental Standard such as ISO 14001 can bring.

The Programme will provide you with;

  • An overview of ISO 14001 requirements
  • CD with a step by step guide to implementation
  • A draft action plan for implementation
  • A provision of templates for required documents and examples of completed documents (register of legislation, aspects and impacts assessment, management programme etc..
  • An overview of the ISO 14001 Certification process
  • An overview of follow up support
  • Details of any funding that is available to assist with this process

Note; The ISO 14001 standard has many overlaps with the ISO 9001 standard and as such it is relatively straightforward to integrate the two systems if you are already working towards ISO 9001.

This free of charge ½ day workshop will be held in The Sports Suite at the JJB Stadium, Wigan on Thursday 23rd April between 8.30am and 11.30pm. Refreshments will be served from 8.00am.
We anticipate that demand for this workshop will be high therefore places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

To register a place on the programme workshop, please contact Julie Lawrenson, Mobile; 07876 130558 or email Julie.lawrenson@cskills.org

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